INDIANAPOLIS – A familiar face returned to the Indiana State Fair this week.

Former Vice President Mike Pence visit the fair on Wednesday to deliver remarks on “the impact inflation has had on American families,” according to a news release.

“I’m the first nominee to lay out a plan for inflation and get back to fiscal responsibility,” the former VP said during his speech. “The economic policies of the Biden administration have literally turned the American dream into a pipe dream.”

It came a day after his reaction to the latest indictment against former President Donald Trump.

Pence’s response to the indictment:

The 2024 presidential hopeful formally announced his campaign in June and recently unveiled his economic plan. Before serving as vice president under President Trump, Pence spent a term as Indiana’s governor and also represented the Hoosier State in Congress.

Wednesday’s State Fair appearance was at 12 p.m. at the Pioneer Village.