GRAND FORKS -- Rep. Kevin Cramer, R-N.D., appears to be hinting at a Grand Forks visit by Vice President Mike Pence this month.
Cramer tweeted a picture of himself and his wife, Kris, with Pence on Thursday, telling the city to “get ready” for a visitor. Shortly afterward, he tweeted “July 25th will be a memorable day for Grand Forks.”
Tim Rasmussen, spokesman for Cramer’s campaign, confirmed the vice president will be in North Dakota this summer but did not provide a specific date or location.
“The vice president coming to North Dakota this summer is another example of the momentum our campaign has going forward,” Rasmussen said, adding he’s excited for the November election.
Pence was in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Wednesday, rallying support for President Donald Trump’s tax reform and trade policies. Earlier Thursday morning Pence tweeted pictures of himself and law enforcement officers from Cedar Rapids and Kansas City, Mo.
“Honored to meet with brave law enforcement officers yesterday in Kansas City and Cedar Rapids. They work tirelessly and risk their lives every day to keep our families and communities safe. THANK YOU!”