UPDATE (Oct. 17 10:55 a.m.):
Ticket information for Vice President Pence’s visit to Bridgeport has been announced. Anyone wishing to attend the rally must register for tickets online. According to the online ticketing site, having a ticket does not guarantee that the ticketholder will be allowed in.
Tickets are being released on a first come first serve basis. Officials also pointed out that IDs may be checked at the entry point and that no posters, signs or banners will be allowed into the event.
ORIGINAL (Oct. 16 4:56 p.m.):
Campaign officials for West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey announced Tuesday that Vice President Mike Pence will be in Bridgeport Saturday to headline a rally for Morrisey’s U.S. Senate campaign against Sen. Joe Manchin.
The rally is set for Saturday at 5:30pm at Engine & Airframe Solutions Worldwide, LLC, which is in the industrial park at the North Central West Virginia Airport. Doors will open at 3:00 p.m.
Ticket information for the event has not been released yet.
“I’m excited to welcome Vice President Pence back to West Virginia to rally voters for our campaign for U.S. Senate,” Morrisey said.
President Trump has already held two rallies for Morrisey in West Virginia, while Pence held a fundraiser for him in Wheeling.