Bayh, Young plan busy final Monday of campaigning around state

(Evan Bayh photo: "IMG_4009" by Lisa, Attribution 2.0 Generic)(Todd Young photo supplied/Elkhart Truth)

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Democratic Senate Candidate Evan Bayh is visiting African American churches and then stopping in to visit an early voting line in downtown Indianapolis while Republican candidate Todd Young is preparing for a full day of appearances the day before Tuesday’s election.

Bayh’s communication director, Ben Ray says that Bayh is appearing at all three Eastern Star churches — two in Indianapolis and a third in Fishers — on Sunday before heading to the early voting line at the City-County Building in Indianapolis.

Young’s campaign manager Trevor Foughty says Young has no appearances scheduled for Sunday but has appearances scheduled for Evansville, Terra Haute and Indianapolis on Monday.

Foughty says that Republican U.S. Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas is scheduled to appear with Young.

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