Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, will conduct a rally in central Indiana at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at a still-undetermined location, his campaign told the Indianapolis Star.
The announcement of Trump’s rally could be a hint of his choice for a running mate. Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, a Columbus native, is considered a frontrunner for vice president on the GOP ticket. Pence met with Trump earlier in the week.
Pence is hosting a fundraiser for Trump at the Columbia Club in downtown Indianapolis ahead of the rally, The Associated Press reported and Pence spokesman Marc Lotter confirmed.
Rex Early, chairman of Trump’s Indiana campaign, told the Star that he anticipated that Pence would be at the rally, too.
— Staff Reports