New Venue For Trump Rally

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(Image of President Donald Trump at the Indianapolis International Airport courtesy of the Office of Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch) (Image of President Donald Trump at the Indianapolis International Airport courtesy of the Office of Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch)
ELKHART -

A political campaign rally in northern Indiana featuring President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence is changing venues. Thursday's event, which had been scheduled to take place at the Atlantic Aviation facility at South Bend International Airport, will now be held at North Side Gymnasium in Elkhart.

The new location at North Side Middle School, organizers from Donald J. Trump for President Inc. say, will accommodate more Hoosiers. The rally will focus on the economy, the president's "America First" agenda and unseating Democratic incumbent Senator Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) with a Republican candidate in this year's mid-term elections. Campaign Chief Operating Officer Michael Glassner says "no Hoosier rally would be complete without Vice President Mike Pence. We are delighted the Vice President can join President Trump Thursday to celebrate the booming economy that's helping families throughout Indiana."

The rally is slated to begin at 7 p.m. in Elkhart at the North Side Gymnasium at 300 Lawrence Street, Elkhart, Indiana 46514. Doors for general admission audience members will open at 4 p.m. You can connect to more about the event by clicking here.

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