Madison County GOP prepares for Trump/Pence bus visit on Tuesday morning

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala.--  The Trump tour is headed to Huntsville. Next week, the Republican nominee's victory bus will make four stops in Alabama, starting in the Rocket City.

Though it might be a little prematurely named, the Trump victory bus is making a stop in Huntsville early Tuesday morning as part of a six city tour.

"Raise some awareness that we're just two weeks away from the general election and Trump and Pence are on the ballot but so are a number of other Republican ticket not only in Madison county but in other counties," said 5th Congressional District Republican Committee Chairman Elbert Peters.

Peters said the bus is expected to stop at the Madison County Republican headquarters at seven in the morning.

"We will be here at Republican headquarters, with coffee and donuts at six thirty and then the bus is expected to be here at seven," he said.

Peters said he knows it's early, and a workday, but they hope people will come out and support their candidates, all candidates.

"We don't know what kind of crowd to expect, we just want folks to know that the election is two weeks away, please vote for Trump, Pence, and all the other republicans on the ballot," he said.

The Alabama Republican Party has confirmed there will be at least two special guests who will speak at the bus. Those are Congressman Robert Aderholt and Alabama GOP Chairman Terry Lathan.

Other stops on the tour include Priceville and Cullman, before the bus heads to Mississippi.