LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — Tobi Beck made a stop in her campaign trail for Congress in Lafayette Sunday.
Beck is seeking the Democratic Party's nomination for U.S. Congress in the 4th District. Supporters gathered outside of the Tippecanoe County Courthouse to listen to her speak.
The campaign kicked off in Danville. Beck said a big focal point of her campaign is minimizing the divide in our country.
"Recognize that diversity is our strength, recognize that we can work together to build the best possible solutions for everybody, that's where our government should be and it's not where our government is today and that's why I want to go to Washington to represent the Hoosiers to build the stronger peace that benefits everybody," said Beck.
Beck said her next stop is a debate in Putnam County. She said she has 16 counties to cover throughout her campaign.
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