Pence stops by chili parlor as part of Indiana, Ohio tour

CINCINNATI (AP) — Donald Trump’s running mate Mike Pence is campaigning in southern Indiana and Ohio, including a stop at a well-known Cincinnati chili parlor.

The Indiana governor and Republican vice presidential candidate made his first appearance Saturday in Lawrenceburg, Indiana, where he delivered pizza and a pep talk to GOP volunteers running a phone bank.

Next he stopped at Price Hill Chili in Cincinnati where he shook hands, posed for pictures and had a bite of chili. The restaurant is a popular campaign stop for GOP politicians.

One supporter offered a riff on the anti-Hillary Clinton “lock her up” chant that has become common at Trump rallies. The woman suggested the chant should be “lock her out” — a reference to the Oval Office, which drew a laugh from Pence.