The Tuesday rally is scheduled to kick off at 7:30 p.m. at Grand Park Events Center. Tickets are available on Trump's campaign website.
Officials say no offer has been made regarding the possibility of Pence becoming Donald Trump’s running-mate.
Indiana's Republican Party says it invited all presidential candidates to the event.
Thousands are gathered to hear Trump speak, and close to sixty protesters held signs outside the event.
Several presidential candidates are visiting Indiana within the next two months.
IU-Kokomo vice chancellor Kathy Parkison heads to Ukraine to monitor Presidential election on May 25.
An Indiana University professor says the fallout from Richard Mourdock's comments on rape could reach as far as the presidential race.
Sales prices are increasing and more homes are being sold.