Wednesday, Governor Scott Walker called in an old friend to continue to sway voters with Vice President Mike Pence holding a fundraiser for Walker in Eau Claire.
With the election being four weeks away, the question that comes to mind for a lot of Wisconsinites is, will Vice President Mike Pence’s visit make a difference in the polls?
Pence, who is traveling with Governor Scott Walker, Rep. Sean Duffy and U.S. Senate candidate Leah Vukmir, landed at the Chippewa Valley Regional Airport about 10 minutes ahead of schedule.
News 18 is still working to learn if there will be a private fundraising dinner later in the day as previously reported by the Associated Press.
The Democratic Party of Wisconsin put out a statement Wednesday afternoon saying Vice President Mike Pence is bringing his “anti-health care agenda into our state.”
Here is a full schedule of Mike Pence’s stops in Eau Claire and Green Bay on Wednesday.
With Vice President Mike Pence in Eau Claire on Wednesday, News 18 will have coverage of events all day long.
Pence’s office announced the event will take place at the Oneida Golf and Country Club.