Vice President Mike Pence to visit Arizona on August 11

Vice President Mike Pence will visit Arizona on August 11 to accept an endorsement and speak at a campaign event.

Pence will accept an endorsement from the Arizona Association of Police in Tucson and deliver remarks on "the Trump administration’s continued support of the men and women serving in law enforcement and their unwavering commitment to never defund the police," his office said.

Pence will then travel to Mesa to participate in a Latter-day Saints for Trump Coalition event.

No additional details were released.

The vice president visited Arizona last month and met with Governor Doug Ducey amid rising COVID-19 cases.

President Bill Clinton in 1996 was the last Democratic nominee to win Arizona, but the state is regarded as competitive in this year’s presidential race.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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