Mike Pence to Republican voters 'time to come home'
Oct 30 2016 by Francis Osborne
Most rally-goers were drawn there by Donald Trump's message, but the speech delivered by his running mate Mike Pence definitely resonated with the crowd.
"It's change versus the status quo", he said. "Very simple", the IN governor said. "There's a lot of people that aren't going to tell you their vote if you interview them".
"It's not just a choice between two people". "I choose a stronger America". "I felt more hopeful after this and know that those who feel hope have more confidence to vote for their beliefs".
"We've got support from independents. And that's how we're going to make America great again, and I believe that with all my heart".
Citing those recent polls, McMullin said Trump and Pence can't compete effectively with Hillary Clinton, and he said that means she will likely win the presidency by a significant margin. "He is a fighter and he is a victor".
"Donald Trump will lead on the world stage with American strength", he said.
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Evans said the threat "seems to be" connected to the Pence visit. "For other countries it takes a while to get in and we need to do the same for our own safety".
"Come home to vote for the Trump/Pence team", he said, and to keep down-ballot Republicans in office so Mr. Trump's first 100-day plan can be passed. However, any price increase does not play well with voters - particularly those who opposed the introduction of the Affordable Care Act.
Members of the crowd yelled "Lock her up" as Pence talked about the deleted emails Clinton has faced questions about. "Donald Trump is a bad candidate". "We will restore law and order".
"The media has been doing half of Hillary Clinton's work", he said.
Donald Trump himself will be back in North Carolina later this week.
On Monday night, in advance of Pence's visit, dozens of Trump supporters packed a meeting room at Provo's main library for a "town hall" on the state of the campaign. "We're going to cut taxes across the board for working families, small businesses and family farms. Would you mind sliding your hand in the air to let us show our appreciation one more time?", he said. "But I think Utah voters will see this for what it is, which is, at its worst, a dirty political trick generally rejected by Utah voters, or, at best, just a ridiculous stunt".