Vice President Mike Pence will visit Fort Wayne on Oct. 22 as he swings through his home state while on the presidential campaign trail ahead of the Nov. 3 election.

The event is tentatively scheduled for doors to open at 2:30 p.m. at the Fort Wayne Aero Center, 4401 Altitude Drive. Doors close at 4:30 p.m. for the Make America Great Again! Event with Vice President Mike Pence - Fort Wayne, IN.

A maximum of two free tickets per mobile phone number are available at https://events.donaldjtrump.com/events/october-22-fort-wayne-in-maga-event-with-vpotus on a first come, first granted basis.

Pence, a Columbus, Indiana, native served  as the state's governor before filling the vice president role after President Donald Trump won the 2016 election.

He'll be in Fort Wayne one day with fellow Republican Rep. Jim Banks, R-3rd, according to Banks' communications director Mitchell Hailstone. Those plans are still being finalized, Hailstone said.  Allen County GOP Chairman Steve Shine said he was not aware of specific plans yet.

After Pence's Fort Wayne visit, he will head to vote Oct. 23 in Indiana, according to a Twitter account by Pence's communications director Katie Miller. He'll reportedly be voting in Indianapolis.

On Oct. 19 he was visiting Bangor, Maine, and Middletown, Pennsylvania. Then he has a White House Coronavirus Task Force meeting before heading Oct. 21 to Portsmouth, New Hampshire, and Cincinnati. He was to continue through the Midwest with a stop in Pontiac, Michigan, before Fort Wayne. Oct. 24 he was heading to Florida. 

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