'Not Now, Not Ever': VP Mike Pence Tells Philly Police Trump Administration 'Not Going To Defund The Police'The vice president told Philly police Thursday the Trump administration will not "defund the police, not now, not ever."
Vice President Mike Pence Greets Supporters With Elbow Bump Instead Of Handshake After Arriving In LancasterBut, with the current health pandemic, how can candidates connect with voters on a personal level and protect themselves from potential coronavirus exposure? 
Vice President Mike Pence Expected To Visit Philadelphia, Address Law Enforcement Officers ThursdayThe White House says he will participate in a bus tour that starts in Lancaster and ends in Philadelphia.
Vice President Mike Pence Speaks At West Philadelphia School About School Choice As Protesters Rally Against VisitBoth Trump and Pence support the school choice program in Pennsylvania schools.
Vice President Mike Pence Visiting Philadelphia School This WeekPence will speak at St. Francis de Sales School in West Philadelphia on Wednesday to celebrate School Choice Week.
Protesters Greet Vice President Pence In Philly During GOP FundraiserVice President Mike Pence was greeted by protesters in Philadelphia while he was in town for a fundraiser with Republican nominee for Pennsylvania governor Scott Wagner.
Pence: School Safety To Be Administration's Top PriorityPence discussed the shooting at a Saturday speech in Dallas for America First Policies.
Senate Votes To Kill Rule That Made It Easier To Sue BanksVice President Mike Pence cast the tie-breaking vote Tuesday night to repeal a rule that made it easier for Americans to sue their banks and credit card companies.
Trump Sends Fundraising Email Touting Pence's Anthem Walk-OutPresident Donald Trump sent an email Monday praising Vice President Mike Pence for walking out of an NFL football game -- and seeking donations in the wake of the National Anthem controversy.
Vice President Pence Leaves Colts Game After Anthem ProtestAn aide to the vice president told reporters traveling with him that Pence left the game in Indianapolis after several 49ers players knelt during the anthem.
Pence Slams Report On Possible 2020 Presidential GroundworkIn a statement released by the White House, Pence said Sunday's story in The New York Times "is disgraceful and offensive to me, my family, and our entire team."