Pence: Both Sides Would Accept Clear Outcome to Election

WASHINGTON (Reuters) -
In this July 28, 2016, file photo, Republican vice presidential candidate Gov. Mike Pence, R-Ind., addresses supporters during a campaign event in Novi, Mich. Since his selection as Donald Trump’s running mate, Pence has tried to stay focused on winning over conservatives skeptical of the New York billionaire. His new boss keeps getting in the way. On several occasions in the past week, the Indiana governor has found himself in direct conflict with Trump, taking a different campaign tact or running damage control after one of the Republican presidential nominee’s incendiary remarks. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)
Republican vice presidential candidate Gov. Mike Pence. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)

Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence on Sunday pledged Donald Trump’s campaign would accept a “clear outcome” to the presidential election but said both campaigns reserved legal options if there was a disputed result.

“The campaign has made it very clear that a clear outcome, obviously, both sides will accept. But I think both campaigns have also been very clear that in the event of disputed results, they reserve all rights and remedies,” Pence said in an interview on Fox News.