Vice presidential nominee Mike Pence to hold a rally in Mesa on Wednesday
MESA, Ariz. — Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence has made numerous speeches in the Valley. With Election Day only days away, he’s set to make one more.
Donald Trump’s campaign announced Monday night that Pence is going to host a rally in Mesa on Wednesday.
The rally is set to take place at the Mesa Convention Center at 10 a.m., with doors set to open at 8 a.m.
Pence visited Mesa in late September and spoke for 25 minutes in front of a few hundred people. He discussed his family, immigration, Obamacare and echoed Trump’s policies.
“Character matters to the presidency and Donald Trump will bring the highest level of integrity to the highest office of the land,” Pence said during that speech on Sept. 22.
Pence has also made multiple trips to Phoenix, and even spoke with KTAR’s Mike Sackley in early August.
People can purchase tickets for Wednesday’s rally here.
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