Republican VP candidate Mike Pence makes Trump pitch in Lansing

LANSING, Mich (WLNS) – For the second time in two days Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence* is in Michigan making the case for a Donald Trump presidency.

Today his plane touched down at the Capital Region International Airport.

There Pence told a hanger filled with supporters that he couldn’t have been more honored to be selected to be on the ticket with Donald Trump.

During his forty-minute speech Pence touched on a variety of subjects but focused the majority of his speech on Hillary Clinton.

He said the difference between Trump and Clinton is that Trump represents change while Clinton stands for more of the same politics.

The crowd cheered when Pence saluted service members and law enforcement officers in the audience.

At the conclusion of the stump speech Pence challenged people to get out and vote, bring a friend to the polls, spread the Trump message in the community and pray for the future of America.

After his stop in Lansing the candidate travels to North Carolina and Florida today.

6 News will have updates on this story online and on 6 News tonight.

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