Mike Pence didn’t necessarily end his time as vice president on the best of terms.
It even seems Donald Trump is still upset with him.
But that doesn’t change the fact that he was a celebrated leader—with strong, conservative principles.
It’s no secret that millions of Americans respect and believe in the Republican and perhaps want to see him again.
They might get a chance too, real soon. The former vice president has been popping up in a few interesting places.
He was in Texas and South Carolina and now he’s on his way to New Hampshire. So, what is he up to?
Former Vice President Mike Pence is spurring talk of a potential presidential campaign with a travel schedule dotted with key states along the road to the White House…
Pence will be at a New Hampshire event when he headlines the Hillsborough County GOP’s Lincoln Reagan awards dinner on June 3, according to Fox News.
New Hampshire and South Carolina are among the first states to hold presidential primaries, meaning results there can make or break a candidacy.
Mike Pence attended a private event in Texas, alongside other Republicans some considered 2024 contenders. They include Mike Pompeo, Ron DeSantis, and Chris Christie.
He also stopped in South Carolina and will be heading to New Hampshire.
Both South Carolina and New Hampshire are two early primary states. Someone running for president needs their support. So, visiting those states frequently, even as early as this year, would be a wise idea.
Does that mean Mike Pence is planning a presidential run?
The evidence seems to be stacking up. He joined the Heritage Foundation, a respected conservative organization, with the aim to promote conservative views.
He started his own political group to protect the America First policies of the Trump administration.
And how he’s popping up in states that are key to early primary success.
All that we are lacking is a formal announcement, which might come in a matter of months.
Donald Trump has yet to announce his intentions on running again, though many expect an announcement eventually.
If both Pence and Trump decide to run… how will Republicans vote?
- Rumors are growing that Mike Pence will be running for president.
- He is appearing in Republican states, including SC and NH—two key primary states.
- Many have been speculating about Pence’s future, post-Trump.