WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - It was standing-room only Sunday night as Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Gregg spoke to supporters at Nine Irish Brothers in West Lafayette.
Gregg and his running mate Vi Simpson stopped in West Lafayette as part of their "Workhorse Tour."
Gregg's main message for those in attendance was to look beyond the political party, and look at the candidates themselves. Gregg also said no matter what your political affiliation is, he wants voters to get out there and make their voices heard.
"I'd like to ask every voter to look beyond the party label and and make a choice," said Gregg. "Make a choice not on your party affiliation, but on who you think can best serve Indiana."
Following his speech, Gregg took the time to walk around and visit with his supporters.
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