Donald Trump Jr. campaigns for Senate candidate Mike Braun in Greenfield

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GREENFIELD, Ind.– Donald Trump Jr. campaigned for Republican Senate Candidate Mike Braun in Greenfield Monday.

President Trump’s son and former Fox News personality Kimberly Guilfoyle spoke at the early voting rally in Greenfield at 4 p.m. Guilfoyle is now vice chairwoman of the American First Action Super PAC.

You can watch a video of the event above.

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb and 6th District Congressional candidate Greg Pence, Vice President Mike Pence’s brother, was also at the event.

It was part of the “Right Track Results Tour.” The rally was inside an airplane hangar at the Indianapolis Regional Airport. Braun is running for Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly’s Senate seat.

Midterm elections will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 6. Find your polling place and more information here.

Sen. Donnelly issued this statement:

“I’ve spent the last six years driving to every corner of our state, and the view from the ground is that Hoosiers want someone who’s going to work hard to bridge the gap between both parties, not someone who’s going to deliver partisan rhetoric instead of results. I’m going to spend the next 15 days continuing to work hard and drive from county to county to talk with Hoosiers and listen to their concerns, because that’s exactly how I’ll serve them as their senator.”

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