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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Congressman Robert Aderholt joined a group of state and local Republican leaders who spoke at an event in Huntsville Tuesday morning.

Two weeks from the presidential election, the ‘Victory Bus’ for the Donald Trump/Mike Pence campaign is making a trip across Alabama.  It stopped at the Madison County Republican Headquarters at 7 a.m.  then rolled on to Fredricks Outdoors in Priceville.

Several local and state Republican leaders stepped off the bus, including Congressman Aderholt.  Alabama Speaker of the House Mac McCutcheon and Ala. Supreme Court Justice Tom Parker also joined him.

Congressman Robert Aderholt encouraged people to support the Trump/Pence ticket on Nov. 8. (WHNT News 19)

Congressman Robert Aderholt encouraged people to support the Trump/Pence ticket on Nov. 8. (WHNT News 19)

Aderholt encouraged people to support the Trump/Pence ticket.  He said he is a longtime friend of Pence’s and feels confident Trump has the right people in place to support him, if elected.

Justice Parker spoke, encouraging voters to support Trump in order to get conservative justices appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Trump and Pence were not aboard the bus.  This is one of a handful of campaign buses that travel around to different events.

Here are various photos from the event.


Here’s the rest of the travel plan for the Trump/Pence bus in Alabama:

Tuesday, October 25

8:30 a.m.
Fredricks Outdoors
1312 Bethel Road South

9:30 a.m.
Cullman County Courthouse
500 Second Ave SW

11:30 a.m.
Hoover Tactical Firearms
1561 Montgomery Highway

5:00 p.m.
Alabama State Capitol
600 Dexter Avenue

Wednesday, October 26

10:00 a.m.
Mobile County GOP Headquarters
3964 Airport Blvd. Suite B

The election is Tuesday, Nov. 8.