Former Vice President Pence to speak at UVU
OREM, Utah — Former Vice President Mike Pence will take the stage at the Utah Valley University Tuesday morning.
Pence will speak at former Governor Gary Herbert’s: Herbert Institute for Public Policy forum. Utah’s former governor said the two are friends from their time serving as governors.
The institute’s mission is said to encourage diversity of thought, by hearing from leaders like the former vice president. The speech is slated to start at 11:30 a.m.
The former vice president sent well wishes via video about a month ago when the institute had its formal grand opening.
“We look forward to being with you, Governor, with Jeanette, with President Tuminez and other distinguished guests, as well as students from UVU next month when I visit,” Pence said in the video.
Boyd Matheson, Host of Inside Sources spoke with KSL NewsRadio’s Dave and Dujanovic to preview the former Vice President’s speech as well as Matheson’s exclusive interview with the former Vice President.
Ahead of the former Vice President’s speech at UVU, Leah Murray, Executive Director of The Walker Institute of Politics and KSL@Night Host spoke with Dave and Dujanovic to discuss if this visit to Utah could be a campaign stop.
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