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ANDERSON, Ind. – Vice President Mike Pence has arrived in Indianapolis, and he will visit Anderson Friday to pitch tax reform efforts.

The Vice President will be joined by Gov. Eric Holcomb, Sen. Joe Donnelly, Rep. Susan Brooks, Rep. Luke Messer and Rep. Todd Rokita as they visit local business leaders and Hoosier families.

Pence will arrive in Indianapolis around 12:30 p.m and is expected to speak at the Flagship East – Wylam Center in Anderson around 3:30 p.m.

“It is an honor to welcome the Vice President back home to Indiana. As we discuss tax reform, I believe that any reform effort should include policies that will create new jobs, protect existing jobs, and benefit middle class and working families. That is what I’ve discussed with President Trump, and I’m pleased he has been supportive of my proposals to prevent the outsourcing of jobs,” Sen. Donnelly said.

The Indiana Republican Party revealed earlier this week that President Donald Trump is also planning to visit the Hoosier State. He will pitch federal tax reform next week.

Details of the president’s visit are still being worked out.