DES MOINES, Iowa – The Office of the Vice President announced on Thursday that Vice President Mike Pence will return to Iowa visiting Des Moines on Thursday, August 13, 2020.

Pence last visited the Des Moines Metro in May to meet with faith leaders and leaders within the food production industry.

According to the press release, Pence will deliver remarks on the Trump administration’s “pro-growth agenda, the staunch rejection of socialist ideals and the administration’s unwavering support of law enforcement.”

He will later deliver remarks will deliver remarks at a Heritage Action Town Hall to launch the “Fight for America” campaign. Following, Pence will attend the Iowa GOP state dinner.

His office says he will return to Washington, D.C., that evening and additional details will be forthcoming.

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