Today, former U.S. Senator Birch Bayh will visit Greencastle, Brazil and Terre Haute, encouraging early voting and discussing the Obama-Biden plans to "jumpstart the economy, put Hoosiers back to work, provide tax breaks for working families, and rebuild an economy that works for the middle class."
Bayh will also be the featured speaker at the Obama Campaign for Change office opening in Martinsville, bringing the total number of offices across the state to 40. Following the opening, local Obama supporters will "march" over to the Morgan County Clerk's office to early vote.
Beginning Monday, any Hoosier who is registered to vote can cast their ballot early at their local county clerk's office or other approved early voting location. To find local early voting locations, dates and times, Hoosiers can go to www.voteforchange.com. Bayh will stop in Greencastle at 8:30 a.m. with breakfast at the Campaign for Change Office, located at 10 W. Washington St.
Voters will march to the Putnam County Clerk's office following the discussion with Bayh.
Next, he will move to Brazil at 10:15 a.m. He will have coffee at the Double N Diner, at 1421 E. National Ave.
Then he will head to Terre Haute at 11:30 a.m. for an Early Vote Rally and March at the Campaign for Change Office, located at 509 Wabash Ave.
Voters will march to the Vigo County Clerk's office following the rally.
Finally, he will be in Martinsville at 2 p.m. at the Campaign for Change Office Opening and Early Vote March, at 110 N. Main St.
Voters will march to the Morgan County Clerk's office following the opening event.