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Pence takes to the campaign trail in New Hampshire on Saturday

Vice President Mike Pence is expected to make an appearance at the New Hampshire State Fair in the next few days.

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Previously, Mike Pence served as vice president, and he is now making a stop in New Hampshire before heading to Iowa for the state fair.

The former governor of Indiana is scheduled to visit Iowa on August 20, but before that he will be in New Hampshire on August 17 to “support conservative candidates.”

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Pence will be the featured speaker at a statewide Republican event and will also campaign for several candidates for state office.

His old running mate, former President Donald Trump, hasn’t been able to sway anyone with his support for Pence. Trump’s acolytes Kari Lake and Tim Michels won their respective gubernatorial elections in Arizona and Wisconsin, respectively, against their Pence-backed opponents.

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On Saturday, the Washington Examiner reported that Pence and Senator Chuck Grassley would be attending the Iowa State Fair on August 19. (R-IA).

Politicians with lofty goals, especially those seeking the presidency, often make a stop at the fair. Pence has been to the fair before, during the campaign trail with Trump.

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Not only does he not stand alone among Republican candidates in trying to drum up support by canvassing, but neither does anyone else. Nikki Haley, a former U.S. ambassador, has been actively supporting and endorsing candidates for office all over the country. While Trump’s support has generally helped candidates she endorsed lose, in her home state, Rep. Nancy Mace beat out her primary opponent despite Trump’s opposition.

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Author originally: Julia Johnson

Where It All Began: Pence plans a series of campaign-style events in New Hampshire.