Mike Pence sidesteps question on election security, knocks Michigan Gov. Whitmer for vetoes
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CHARLOTTE, Mich. — Former Vice President Mike Pence sidestepped a question Friday on whether people should have faith in Tuesday's election by saying he was "disappointed" Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer vetoed voting proposals advanced by Republican lawmakers. Four days before the pivotal midterm election, Pence, a Republican who served with former President Donald Trump, participated in a rally at the Country Mill orchard in Eaton County on behalf of GOP candidate Tom Barrett, a state senator from Charlotte who's challenging U.S. Rep. Elissa Slotkin, D-Mich., for her seat in Congress. "I've b...