A worker arranges merchandise at the Exit 76 Antique Mall in Edinburgh, Ind., on April 6. The store is owned by Denise and Greg Pence, the latter a candidate for the Republican nomination for Indiana’s 6th District. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call)
EDINBURGH, Ind. — He’s not big on talking to the media, but if you want to see Indiana congressional candidate Greg Pence, the brother of the vice president, the Exit 76 Antique Mall here may be a good place to look.
Along with another smaller antique mall in nearby Bloomington, this 72,000-square-foot mall is Pence’s largest asset. The warehouse-like building carries everything from a $10 U.S. Capitol porcelain plate to an $800 barbecue bull that lets smoke out of its nose, with plenty of Elvis figurines, costume jewelry, knives and grandfather clocks stuffed in between.