Politicians stop in Muncie to meet voters before Election Day
by IPR News
October 28, 2010
Candidates for both the Republican and Democratic parties are in Muncie today, reaching out to voters ahead of Tuesday’s election. Democratic state treasurer candidate Pete Buttigieg spent time at the intersection of McKinley and Riverside on the Ball State University campus, handing out hot dogs and chatting with college students. Buttigieg says even students need to vote on offices like treasurer, because state money is all of our money.
In downtown Muncie, Republican Congressman Mike Pence campaigned with Republican State Senate candidate Doug Eckerty. The rally is part of Pence’s three-day bus tour around Indiana, endorsing GOP candidates. Pence says the House Republicans are concerned with healthcare this election.
Pence is currently the third-ranking Republican in the House … and could gain more influence if the party wins a majority next week.