Approximately 500 people packed a ballroom at the Grand Sierra Resort Wednesday morning to hear from Indiana Governor and Republican Vice Presidential candidate Mike Pence. She asked if maybe Trump should "change the message" a little.
With only one point separating the race for president among North Carolina voters, campaigns are pulling out all the stops.
The group also tried to remind and/or convince voters that the Trump-Pence agenda does not reflect Utah values. The ad for Rep. Robert Dold of IL calls him an "independent voice" who has "stood up" to Trump, the first time the committee, which is devoted to electing Republicans to the House, has used a message openly critical of the party's presidential nominee. "It's over and done.' That's just not what I see out there", Pence said.
Trump's son, Eric, will be in Colorado Springs and Lakewood on Wednesday.
Pence's visit to the Beehive State on Wednesday will mark his second of the general election; his first, in August, was not billed as a campaign event, although Pence did pitch his ticket during remarks at a policy summit hosted by Lee.
Declaring that the issues that would decide the race in OH were national security, economic prosperity and U.S. Supreme Court nominees, Pence assailed Clinton's performance as secretary of state during President Barack Obama's first term, saying "the world is a more unsafe today than the day (they) took over America's foreign policy".
"Hopefully it also gives some Republicans a place to go who aren't quite there with us yet", Mr. Pence said on Monday's "Hannity" program on Fox News.
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"People at universities are entering the job market so I think it's important for them to try to reach out to the younger people", said Catawba College student Chris Averill.
"Tell our neighbors and friends with the deepest respect, this is not the time to make a statement, this is an opportunity to make a difference".
With 13 days left before Election Day, Pence told a crowd of around 400 that the presidential contest "isn't a choice between left or right, Republican or Democrat", but rather between "up or down".
Pence said that Hillary Clinton is pushing for open borders and wants to allow unsafe refugees into our country. Facing an increasingly narrow path to the 270 electoral votes needed to win the White House, his campaign is shooting for one of the traditionally Democratic state's four electoral votes in the more rural, conservative 2nd district.
"He will continue to make investments into his campaign including in these last 11 days", Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway said on Fox News. "There's a lot of people that aren't going to tell you their vote if you interview them".
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