DENVER – Vice President Mike Pence is coming to Denver later this month to support the Colorado Republican Party and if you want in, you might want to start saving up: Tickets start at $275 and can go up to $10,000 per person.
Pence will be a featured guest during a dinner and reception at the Denver Marriott Tech Center on Oct. 26, but won’t be soliciting funds or donations during his visit. The Denver Post reports the event will function as a fundraiser for the party.
“The Trump administration is very supportive of state Republican parties, and I think it’s probably not gone unnoticed that this state Republican party has been very supportive of the Trump administration,” Colorado GOP spokesman Daniel Cole told the newspaper.
This is Pence’s second trip to the Centennial State since President Donald Trump took office in January.
Back in June, Pence came to Colorado Springs to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Focus on the Family, a Christian conservative organization that at one time served as a platform for its founder to weigh on legislation, sit on White House panels and campaign against gay rights, according to the AP.
If you’d like to attend the dinner and reception, you must RVSP by Monday, October 24 at 5 p.m. Tickets can be purchased here.