Bil Browning

Obama's last campaign stop

Filed By Bil Browning | November 02, 2008 5:45 PM | comments

Filed in: Politics, Politics

Just in from the Obama campaign:

Senator Barack Obama will Return to Indiana on Election Day
Visit Highlights Obama's Commitment to Bridging Traditional Partisan Divides

Indianapolis, IN - More than 17 months after launching his campaign to bring the change the country needs, Senator Barack Obama's final campaign stop of the presidential election cycle will be in the state of Indiana. This is Senator Obama's 49th stop in Indiana, a state that Republican nominees have carried in each of the last 10 presidential elections. With more than 109,000 manufacturing jobs lost under the failed policies of the last eight years - policies John McCain has pledged to continue - Hoosier families of all political backgrounds want change.

Senator Obama will stop in the Indianapolis area on Tuesday to meet voters in person, ask for their support, and urge them to get out and vote.

Details of the stop will not be announced beforehand so that Senator Obama can meet with voters informally and without interrupting important get out the vote activities.

John McCain will briefly step off his plane at the Indianapolis airport Monday. Barack Obama has been here almost 50 times and is ending his campaign here. Who cares about Hoosiers?

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