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Former Vice President Mike Pence will head back to Iowa this week and will be the featured speaker at a prominent Republican family’s annual gathering.
Pence’s trip to Iowa will mark his second visit in a month to the state that for a half-century has kicked off the presidential nominating calendar, another potential signal that the former vice president is moving toward launching a 2024 White House campaign.
Pence will headline the 15th annual Kaufmann Family Harvest Dinner, which will be held Thursday, Sept. 29, in Wilton — a small town in eastern Iowa. Word of his visit was shared first nationally with Fox News last week.
The gathering was launched by longtime Republican Party of Iowa Chair Jeff Kaufmann during his years as a state lawmaker. The dinner is now hosted by his son, state Rep. Bobby Kaufmann. Money raised at the event…