Mike Pence rallies in Holland as election nears

Mike Pence in Portage
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence stumps for his running mate Donald Trump at the Air Zoo in Portage. (Nov. 3, 2016)

HOLLAND, Mich. (WOOD) — Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence made another stop in West Michigan as Election Day draws closer.

Pence spoke for around 40 minutes to the crowd at Park Theater in Holland. He touched on a number of issues during the rally, including the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of her private email server, as well as the Supreme Court.

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On Thursday, Pence spoke at the Air Zoo in Portage where he was introduced by Texas Sen. Ted Cruz.

Pence spoke for about 34 minutes, saying Trump would take Obamacare off the market, end the war on coal and repeal every executive order issued by President Barack Obama, renegotiate NAFTA, and withdraw the U.S. from the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

Pence also targeted foreign contributions made to the Clinton Foundation and the private server emails that led to an FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton.

The Michigan poll average by Real Clear Politics shows Clinton holds a 5.7 percent lead among Michigan voters. That’s down from her 11.6 percent lead on Oct. 21.

Trump’s campaign also said former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin will visit Michigan on Sunday, although no other details were released.