IN Gov. Holcomb makes campaign stop in Evansville ahead of Election Day

Updated: Nov. 2, 2020 at 11:50 AM CST
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EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WFIE) - On the eve of Election Day, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb made a stop in Vanderburgh County as part of his full-court press tour through southern Indiana.

He visited the Evansville Wartime Museum, along with Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch and Senator Todd Young.

Members of the Republican Party spoke on the importance of voting in this year’s election, job growth in the state, and COVID-19′s impact on Indiana over the past nine months.

For Governor Holcomb, Monday’s event at the museum was a bit of a homecoming.

“Well, it’s pretty sentimental for me," Governor Holcomb said. "I served in the - I just took a tour here, and I saw a lot of Army and Navy banners. I served in the United States Navy, and I was stationed overseas and moved back to the state of Indiana when I got out of the Navy to Vincennes, Indiana, and went to work in Evansville, Indiana.”

The Republican incumbent is running against Democratic candidate Dr. Woody Myers and Libertarian Donald Rainwater.

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