Gov. Mike Pence pushing for votes in Portage

VP Candidate Mike Pence Campaigns in Portage

PORTAGE, MICH. - Gov. Mike Pence visited the Air Zoo in Portage, MI to push for votes as the election is only days away. 

Sen. Ted Cruz took the stage before Mike Pence calling the Gov. a "good man, good friend, and man who loves his country. Cruz went on to say this election comes down to a few different things, two of them being security and freedom. 

When Pence took the stage he opened by apologizing for his tardiness. He referred to Trump as "a fighter, who never quits, a winner, who just get's it done and embodies the American Spirit."

Hillary's emails were a hot topic as well as Obamacare. When mentioning repealing Obamacare the crowd erupted. 

The VP Nominee spoke of President Barack Obama and what would happen if Donald Trump was not elected. "We're in the midst of the weakest economic recovery since the great depresison. 47-million Americans are living in poverty. MIllions more than when Barack Obama became president. Here's one that cuts at my heart. 1 out of 5 households have nobody under the same roof who have a job. Hillary Clinton's plan: more of the same. Not the same.. more of the same," said Pence. 

Pence wraps up his Michigan rallies with a trip to Lansing on Friday. 

Pence will hold a rally at 10 a.m. Friday in a hangar at AVFlight at the Capital Region International Airport.

 

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