(Lawrenceburg, Ind.) - There’s less than 24 hours left before the polls open in Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio.
Baron Hill speaking with seniors at the
Dearborn Adult Center during a campaign
stop in Lawrenceburg Friday.
Baron Hill via Twitter
Indiana Ninth Congressional District GOP candidate Todd Young spent the weekend campaigning door-to-door in New Albany and Bloomington where he is an attorney.
Democrat Baron Hill’s RV tour of the district made stops in Versailles at the Ripley County Courthouse and Lawrenceburg at the Dearborn Adult Center on Friday.
Hill said over the weekend early voting shows he is being favored for re-election to a sixth term. Polling by the Hill campaign shows 50 percent of early voters in the district are going with his party while 40 percent are voting Republican.
“I am thrilled to see that our lead is expanding,” Hill said in a news release. “This campaign is seeing incredible momentum thanks to the enthusiasm of our supporters. While these results are encouraging, we need to focus on getting all of our voters to the polls on election day. We will be working day and night between now and Tuesday making certain as many people vote as possible.”
The biggest political race in Kentucky will come to Boone County Monday.
Republican Senate candidate Rand Paul is flying around the state on the day before Election Day. He’ll be at the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport around 11:15 a.m.
Paul faces Democrat Jack Conway who will receive support from former President Bill Clinton at the University of Louisville during the afternoon.
Eagle 99.3 is southeast Indiana’s election headquarters. We’ll have live election reports from Dearborn, Ohio, Ripley, and Switzerland counties on Tuesday beginning at 7:00 p.m.