As thousands of people begin their journey to spend time with family for Thanksgiving, Vice President-elect Mike Pence is among those traveling to the state of Mississippi.
According to WTOK in Meridian, the governor of Indiana landed at the Meridian Regional Airport around 3:30 p.m. Wednesday. A few days earlier, it was announced that Pence would be spending the holiday in the state with his family.
His son, 2nd Lt. Michael Pence, Jr. is training to be a pilot and is stated at Naval Air Station Meridian.
It is not known how long the Vice President-elect will be in town, though is is confirmed that he will not be conducting any appearances or interviews.
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