Trump Visits Canton for Fundraiser; Pence Plans Ohio Campaign Stops

Donald Trump speaks in Cleveland at the RNC.
Donald Trump speaks in Cleveland at the RNC. (Nick Castele / ideastream)
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by Nick Castele

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and running mate Mike Pence are making stops in Ohio this week. (See all of the candidates' Ohio visits here.)

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is scheduled to hold a town hall in Moraine, outside of Dayton, on Wednesday afternoon.

It’s his third appearance on the western side of Ohio, across the border from his home state. Pence spoke in Lima at the end of July and made a stop for some chili in Cincinnati on Saturday.

On Wednesday evening, Pence will campaigns in Cambridge, on the other side of the state and about 80 miles east of Columbus.

Meanwhile, Donald Trump is holding a fundraiser Money night in the Canton area, according to the Ohio Republican Party.

The Clinton campaign hasn’t yet announced any new visits to Ohio. Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine held events in Youngstown and Columbus at the end of July.

 

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