Two Indiana Stops On-Deck For Trump

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Trump recently spoke at the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis. (photo courtesy of The White House) Trump recently spoke at the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis. (photo courtesy of The White House)
INDIANAPOLIS and FORT WAYNE -

President Donald Trump's campaign organization has made details of two widely-reported visits to Indiana official. The rallies are designed to drum up support for Republican candidates in key districts for the upcoming midterm election. Trump is scheduled to be at Southport High School in Indianapolis Friday and Monday at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum in Fort Wayne.

Vice President Mike Pence is scheduled to also participate in the Indianapolis event.

Donald J. Trump For President Inc. Chief Operating Officer Michael Glassner says "it will be a sprint to the finish of the midterms for President Trump who is campaigning hard for GOP House and Senate campaigns across the map. We can't go back to the days of high taxes and low expectations. Voters must choose the right future on Election Day and support President Trump’s successful America First agenda with the continued support of GOP majorities in the House and Senate."

In all, Trump will be hitting nearly a dozen stops over the next week. Rallies outside of Indiana will be held in Florida, Missouri, West Virginia, Montana, Georgia, Tennessee and Ohio.

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