DES MOINES, Iowa (CNN) -- Vice President Mike Pence was in Iowa on Thursday.
The vice president landed at the 132nd Air Wing base in Des Moines where he participated in a "Farmers for Trump" event.
There, the Vice President touted the Trump administration's "pro-growth" agenda, which officials say has added 95-hundred manufacturing jobs in Iowa since 2016.
"That's why I'm here today. I'm here because Iowa and American need four more years of President Donald Trump in the White House," said Pence.
Pence's visit was part of the administration’s “Fight for America” campaign.
After attending the Republican Party of Iowa state dinner, Pence flew back to Washington D.C.
DES MOINES, Iowa (KTIV) — Air Force Two landed at the Des Moines International Airport Thursday morning, bringing with it, Vice President Mike Pence.
The vice president made the visit to Iowa to launch the administration’s “Fight for America” campaign.
According to a White House announcement, the campaign is a rejection of socialist ideals and bolsters support for law enforcement. He will deliver remarks about the campaign at a Heritage Action Town Hall event.
Pence will also be attending an event at the Iowa State Fairgrounds to launch the “Farmers and Ranchers for Trump” coalition.
After attending the Republican Party of Iowa state dinner, the vice president will fly back to Washington D.C.