Pence, the governor of IN and running mate of presidential candidate Donald Trump, is expected to keynote the Macomb County Republican Party Lincoln Day Dinner on October 17.
Pence, the GOP governor of IN, will speak October 17 at The Palazzo Grande banquet hall on Van Dyke at 25 Mile Road, according to a published report.
Kellyanne Conway also says she expects Trump to say more about his plan to defeat the Islamic State group.
It would have been the second time Pence has come to Waukesha since Trump picked him as his running mate.
Kaine and Pence will appear together in a debate October 4 at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia.
The Republican presidential campaign is front and center in Wisconsin this week. The group will deliver free Trump-Pence yard signs, encourage early voting, enlist supporters for Trump-Pence Coalitions and discuss the campaign and the previous night's debate. In a release from the Trump campaign, Sununu called the GOP nominee "the only candidate in this race who can bring bold change to Washington".
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Pence was interviewed Monday on the Hugh Hewitt radio show.
Pence's campaign says the IN governor will hold a rally Tuesday night IN Waukesha. "I think Donald Trump had a great night", he said today on "Good Morning America", adding that Trump "took command of the stage".
Pence spokesman Marc Lotter said Monday that since Trump will be in the same city the next day, "we are adjusting the schedule". Pence asked Walker, "Are you hitting it hard here?"
Clinton is deploying several surrogates to MI this week, including Chelsea Clinton, the Rev. Jesse Jackson and Anne Holton, the wife of vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine.
After months of tangling from afar, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are preparing to confront each other face-to-face in the first presidential debate, laying out for voters their vastly different visions for the nation's future.