Donald Trump's running mate, Mike Pence, is set to make at least two stops in the Lehigh Valley after a visit to Berks County on Thursday.

The Republican vice-presidential nominee will be holding two closed-door events in Lehigh and Northampton counties.

Pence, the governor of Indiana, will speak to Lehigh County Republicans in Orefield and then head to the Hotel Bethlehem, where he's scheduled to address the Northampton County GOP.

This will be his first trip to the Lehigh Valley since he was named Trump's running-mate in July.

Democratic vice-presidential nominee Tim Kaine stopped in the Lehigh Valley in August, rallying supporters at the Hanover Township Community Center and the Hispanic Center of the Lehigh Valley in Bethlehem.

You can watch Pence's 7 p.m. speech in Bethlehem live on