Bill Clinton Makes a Stop in Indy
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Former President Bill Clinton boosted the campaigns of the Indiana Democrats running for Senate and governor with a rally in Indianapolis.
Clinton drew frequent applause from the crowd that filled the North Central High School gym Friday as he promoted Senate candidate Joe Donnelly and gubernatorial nominee John Gregg.
Clinton took several swipes at Republican Senate candidate Richard Mourdock, describing him as an ideologue rather than a commonsense leader.
Donnelly is locked in a tight race with Mourdock and told the crowd that heavy early voting turnout this week shows strong interest in the election.