The vice presidential debate Tuesday will be the only time Republican Mike Pence and Democrat Tim Kaine will for the most part have the nation's political attention all to themselves, away from their much better-known running mates.
Pence was spending the weekend back home in Indianapolis, taking a break from campaign travel to be with his family and continue informal debate preparations, spokesman Marc Lotter said.
Vice presidential candidates Tim Kaine and Mike Pence, often overshadowed by their running mates, can get the nation's undivided attention on Oct. 4 at their one and only debate. … Click to Continue »
The Latest on Mike Pence in the U.S. presidential race (all times EDT): 8:10 a.m. The two vice presidential candidates unsurprisingly saw their running mates as debate winners. Democrat Tim … Click to Continue »
A Republican familiar with debate preparations says Walker is playing Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine in debate preparations with GOP running mate Mike Pence. The Republican has direct knowledge of Walker's role but...
At the debate on Tuesday, the vice-presidential candidates will have to defend their running mates — an especially critical job this time around with such an intense focus on the top of the ticket.