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Republican VP nominee Mike Pence to appear at St. Louis-area rally

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The Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence was asked during a town hall how to keep the Republican vote in the party after being split during the primary.

Indiana Governor and GOP nominee for vice president Mike Pence is scheduled to hold a rally in Chesterfield on Tuesday.

The rally is scheduled to begin at 1:30 p.m. at the DoubleTree Hotel at 16625 Swingley Ridge Road in Chesterfield.

The Pence event is scheduled to follow a Tuesday morning town hall meeting in Springfield, Missouri.

People can register for free tickets for the Pence event through www.donaldjtrump.com.

The Trump campaign last came to the St. Louis-area in March, when the eventual GOP presidential nominee held a rally at the Peabody Opera House, four days before the Missouri and Illinois primaries.

More appearances in the area by presidential candidates may occur as polls show Missouri is a toss up between Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

Both leading candidates are scheduled to appear in the area at least one time before the election. The second presidential debate, which is scheduled for Oct. 9, is scheduled to take place at Washington University in St. Louis.

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