FORT WAYNE, Ind. (FOX 55) - Senator Joe Donnelly was in Fort Wayne on the eve of voting day.
The Senator was in town at the Allen County Democratic headquarters to campaign both for himself and local and other state Democratic candidates. Donnelly touched on a number of issues including the president being in town, healthcare, and encouraging people to get out in vote.
When asked about what he was being labeled as by the opposition, he said he wasn't concerned.
Donnelly said, "I don't worry about Democrat or Republican, I worry about Indiana, I worry about America. I worry about making sure your children can get healthcare and your whole family can, that you can get a good job, that your kids and get a great education, that our troops and veterans are taken care of. When that happens, that's America.”
Donnelly says he will continue to work through election day.
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