INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana Gov. Mike Pence says people shouldn’t read too much into his first trip to Iowa as governor.
The state is a key stomping ground for presidential candidates from both parties. Pence is headlining a fundraising lunch Monday for Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad — a key figure in national Republican politics.
But Pence says his priority is a trade conference of Midwest governors and Japanese leaders which runs Sunday and Monday.
Pence has stoked speculation of a possible White House bid with national appearances recently and support from Washington pundits who have floated his name. But he remains mum on his plans for 2016.
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