Clinton campaigns for Donnelly in Indianapolis
INDIANAPOLIS -- Senate candidate Joe Donnelly got some help on the campaign trail on Friday from former President Bill Clinton.
President Clinton held a rally at North Central High School in Indianapolis.
Many democrats think the race in Indiana could decide which party controls the Senate.
On Friday, Clinton took several swipes at Donnelly's opponent, Republican Richard Mourdock.
"I tell everybody all the time, I was raised to believe nobody is right all the time. Maybe Mr. Mourdock is, I don't know," Clinton said. "He's way right all the time, I know that."
The former democratic president has campaigned several times over the years for his wife and other candidates.
He also stumped for Democrat John Gregg, who is running for governor.