In the final days of the campaign, Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence will be making a last-minute appeal to evangelical voters through a video appearance that will be broadcast into thousands of churches Sunday.
The video, which is nearly five minutes long, will be played in churches in several swing states and some rust belt states, according to a source who spoke to TheBlaze on condition of anonymity.
In the video, Pence, who calls himself a “fellow believer,” describes his decision to become a Christian, telling viewers he has relied on his faith “more times than I could possibly count.”
“In these troubled times, I believe we stand at a turning point, when those who cherish faith, those who cherish freedom, those who cherish the sanctity of life and all the liberties enshrined in our Constitution should step forward and heed the call to action,” Pence says.
That “call to action” is, of course, to vote for his running mate, Donald Trump, for president.