Vice President Mike Pence cast his early vote in Indiana Friday morning.
Pence was accompanied by second lady Karen Pence at the City-County Building in downtown Indianapolis, where they voted just after 8:15 a.m., WTHR reported.
The couple dropped off their absentee ballots, which they requested from the Marion County Clerk’s Office.
The veep — whose official address is still the governor’s residence on North Meridian Street because he temporarily lives in government-provided housing — made an appearance in Fort Wayne, Indiana Thursday night before flying into Indianapolis on Air Force 2, the network said.
Pence is nearing the end of a busy week on the campaign trail as the Nov. 3 election closes in. On Friday, he’ll head to Pittsburgh and has scheduled appearances in Tallahassee and Jacksonville in Florida the next day, according to his spokeswoman.
The Pences were originally set to cast their ballots in Indianapolis on Oct. 9 but that trip was canceled the day before for unknown reasons.