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Vice President Mike Pence visited Lyndon City Line Diner and met with local people. Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Editor's note: This story has been updated since it first published to add more details of the vice president's trip through Lancaster. 

Vice President Mike Pence will be back in Lancaster County on Thursday, his second visit in the past year. 

Air Force 2 will bring Pence to Lancaster County Thursday morning before he begins a bus tour through Pennsylvania, a key battleground state for the 2020 election. 

Pence's bus tour will make a stop in Manheim Borough for a fundraiser, but the specific location in the borough is not yet known.

The trip is part of his campaign tour through Pennsylvania, a key battleground state for the 2020 election. 

Pence will then travel to Philadelphia for a roundtable discussion at Rajant Corporation and then meet police officers at the Philadelphia Fraternal Order of Police Lodge before they hold a "Back the Blue" rally. 

Pence's visit is two weeks after likely Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden made a stop in Lancaster city. 

The vice president was most recently in Lancaster County in February, stopping at the Lyndon Diner. 


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