Donald Trump’s running mate is making another campaign appearance in New Mexico, days after a rally by a high-profile Hillary Clinton surrogate.
Mike Pence, the governor of Indiana and the running mate of the Republican presidential nominee, will appear at the Embassy Suites hotel in Albuquerque this Thursday, according to the Trump campaign website.
Pence campaigned in Albuquerque and Roswell in August.
In August, top Republicans, including Congressman Steve Pearce and state House Majority Whip Alonzo Baldonado, R-Los Lunas, and state Rep. and Secretary of State candidate Nora Espinoza, R-Roswell, spoke at the Pence rally.
Neither major party candidate has attended a campaign event in New Mexico since the state’s June 7 primary.
Pence’s latest trip to Albuquerque comes a day after a rally in Durango, CO and two days after Vermont U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders spoke in front of more than a thousand people at the University of New Mexico. Sanders faced Clinton in the Democratic presidential primary and, after losing, endorsed Clinton.