Vice President Mike Pence will visit Michigan in December to continue a push for Donald Trump’s reelection campaign, in addition to making stops in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, other key battleground states.
Pence on Wednesday traveled to Wisconsin to speak about President Trump’s proposed trade agreement between the United States, Canada and Mexico.The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) still needs to be approved by Congress.
Trump narrowly won all three states in 2016. Michigan was the closest with a 10,704-vote margin. Pence is opting for bus tours rather than conducting large campaign rallies, as Trump usually does. The president kicked off his 2020 campaign in March in Grand Rapids, but has not campaigned in the state since.