LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) -- Indiana republican party candidates and elected officials made a stop at the Northend Community Center Nov 3.
The Indiana GOP hosted a rally encouraging the community to get out and vote. Republican voters listened as their leaders shared words of encouragement and taking action this election season.
The party has traveled to 25 counties and still has three more to go before election day on Tuesday.
This midterm season has seen an unusually high number of voters at the polls. Tracy Brown, Tippecanoe County Commissioner said he anticipates a record breaking voter turnout before the election.
“Regardless of what party you support, the system doesn't work well if people don't get out and vote and all indications right now are that people are voting early at a very very high rate,” said Brown.
Brown said whatever the election results are, he hopes we can all come together.
“Everybody supports their candidates but Wednesday after the elections over, we'd roll our shirt sleeves up, work together as a community, as a state and as a nation to improve our standing,” said Brown.
Nearly 100 community members were in attendance at the rally.
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