HOLLAND, Mich. — For the second time this week, Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence campaigned in West Michigan on Saturday.
The Indiana governor spoke around 9:30 at the Park Theatre in Holland Saturday morning to rally supporters ahead of Tuesday’s election.
Polling shows a tightening race in Michigan between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, causing both campaigns to spend last minute time and money in the state to ramp up support and voter turnout.
On Friday, he spoke to more than 1,000 supporters at the air zoo in Portage. He also stumped for votes in Lansing.
Senator Ted Cruz was also in attendance, encouraging people to get out and vote on Tuesday.
In the past week, Clinton and Trump have both campaigned in Michigan, while several of their surrogates have also stumped for their respective candidates, including Trump’s children and Bernie Sanders.