Donnelly, Hall hold last rally before polls open November 6
SOUTH BEND, Ind. --- Senator Joe Donnelly and Indiana District 2 Candidate Mel Hall held a final rally in South Bend on Monday night.
The purpose of the rally was to keep the momentum going in St. Joseph County. As of November 5, 22,176 early and absentee ballots had been cast in the county.
“It’s too soon to quit,” Hall told the crowd at the Aloft Hotel in Downtown South Bend.
The audience heard from South Bend City Clerk Kareemah Fowler, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Donnelly and Hall.
“We need to make sure that people know that there’s a clear choice between someone who has and will continue to fight for healthcare,” said Hall.
Donnelly said he was honored to be a part of the 2018 election season.
“That’s why I fought so hard for our healthcare, for our jobs, and for our future,” he said.
County voters said they believe getting work done in Washington D.C. is most important this midterm election season.
“Making government work is of interest to me,” said Chad Ammerman, a St. Joseph County voter.