Fresh off VP debate, Pence returns to Midstate to woo voters

GRANTVILLE, Pa. (WHTM) – Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence rallied supporters in the Midstate Wednesday evening, just a day after he took on Tim Kaine in a nationally televised debate.

Pence, who showed up about an hour late to the Grantville Fire Company, was greeted by a crowd of about 1,000 people.

The Indiana governor didn’t dwell on his debate performance. Instead, he talked about the man atop the GOP ticket: his running mate Donald Trump.

“You nominated a man for president who never quits who never backs down,” Pence said. “He is a builder and a fighter.”

Security and a “stronger America” were some of Pence’s main talking points.

He also told the crowd how important it is for the Keystone State to turn red this election.

“You have to tell your neighbors and friends, ‘you only have one choice,’” Pence said of a Trump administration.

Pence will also hold a town hall in Gettysburg Thursday morning.

The VP candidate was in York County just last week for a rally at Penn Waste.

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