Pence, Braun make election pitch to Bartholomew Republicans

Greg Pence speaks at Hackman’s Farm Market on Saturday. WRB photo.

Columbus native Greg Pence made his case to local Republican supporters Saturday for election to the Sixth Congressional District — protecting the work of President Donald Trump.

Pence, took the stage in a barn at Hackman Farm Market Saturday along with Mike Braun, a businessman hoping to unseat Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly. They both stressed the importance of Republicans getting out to vote this fall and donating to candidates they support.

Pence expressed frustration with the insurance provided through Obamacare.

He said that Democrats would work to weaken U.S. security.

Pence also touted the Republican president’s work on the economy.

And Pence said that the country is once again on the right path.

Pence is running against Democrat Jeanine Lake for the seat in Congress that was formerly held by his younger brother, Vice President Mike Pence.