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AURORA, Colo.– Vice President Mike Pence’s plane – Air Force Two – touched down in Colorado on Monday and he plans to be in the state until Tuesday.

Pence landed at Northern Colorado Regional Airport in Loveland at around 11:30 a.m. on Monday where he spoke with FOX31 Political Reporter Joe St.George.


According to a White House source, Pence will help Senator Cory Gardner’s reelection effort in Windsor, Co — a rural community north of Denver.

The event in Windsor is not expected to be a public event. It will be a private fundraiser according to sources.

Additionally, Pence will be in Aspen for a Trump Victory Fundraiser and the Republican Governor’s Association Quarterly Meeting.

On Wednesday, the White House announced Ivanka Trump will visit a Lockheed Martin facility in Jefferson County on Monday.

The White House told Fox 31’s Joe St. George, Pence will not be visiting the ICE facility in Aurora — which has been in national news as of late.