Mike Pence officially enters US presidential race for 2024

Former US vice-president Mike Pence filed paperwork Monday to launch his presidential campaign in 2024, according to Federal Election Commission documents.

Pence, who has served as vice president under the Trump administration, is expected to formally begin his campaign for the Republican nomination on Wednesday, as a Pence spokesperson confirmed in the FEC filings.

The former vice president who served under the Trump administration is expected to enter a primary field that has been overshadowed by the populist perspectives of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and current front-runner Donald Trump with a more typically conservative viewpoint.

Pence has previously served more than ten years in the US House, including one term as governor of Indiana, solidifying his reputation as a steadfast conservative, CNBC reported.

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