Pence to campaign Thursday in Michigan

Chad Livengood
Detroit News Lansing Bureau

Lansing — Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, the GOP’s newly minted vice presidential nominee, is headed to Michigan for two campaign events on Thursday.

Donald Trump’s campaign announced Monday night that Pence will hold a town hall event Thursday in Grand Rapids and then a rally later that day in Oakland County.

The Trump campaign did not release specific details about the campaign events with Pence.

The two-term Indiana governor will stay overnight in Grand Rapids on Wednesday after holding a campaign rally in Waukesha, Wis., and then fly to Oakland County on Thursday.

Trump is planning a rally Wednesday night at the Huntington Center in Toledo.

Pence joined Trump’s ticket on July 15.

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