Vice President Mike Pence will be visiting three West Michigan cities tomorrow.
Pence will be making stops in Portage, Holland and Grand Rapids to rally voters ahead of President Donald Trump’s 2020 re-election campaign on Wednesday, Dec. 4.
Pence intends to meet with “faith and community leaders” early on Wednesday before heading to Holland for a “Keep America Great” event. He will be joined in Holland by former White House Press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
According to a statement by the Michigan Republican Party, Pence is expected to speak his past three years in the Trump administration and present “a path to victory in 2020.” This amidst the ongoing impeachment hearings in the U.S. House of Representatives.
“The Michigan Republican Party fights day in and day out to keep Michigan red in 2020, and secure four more prosperous years under the Trump administration,” said Laura Cox, chairwoman of the Michigan Republican Party.
The visit will be Pence’s third trip to Michigan this year. Pence’s last visit to the state attracted controversy as he traveled on Mackinac Island, which is normally free of motor vehicles, via an eight-car motorcade. Pence has visited Michigan 11 times since taking office and visited frequently during the election. His and Trump’s presence in Michigan, as well as other rust-belt states, has been suggested as one of the leading factors in the Trump campaign’s success in winning the region and, through it, the presidency in 2016.