The Trump campaign announced Vice President Mike Pence is set to make Friday stops in Ripon and Onalaska to tout the president’s “ongoing commitment to a pro-growth agenda” and the USMCA trade deal.
The trip will mark Pence’s fifth visit to Wisconsin this year. He was last in the state in June to kick off the Trump campaign’s “Faith in America” tour in Pewaukee and visit the Waukesha STEM Academy to promote private school choice programs.
He previously joined President Trump for a Milwaukee campaign rally in January and made two official stops — one at the state Capitol in January for a pro-school choice event and the other at the GE Healthcare facility in Madison in April to tout the company’s efforts to produce ventilators.
Pence also had a campaign event planned for Onalaska in early March, but he canceled it to deal with the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic.