Tomorrow is the big day, finally.
All of those terrible ads will come to an end. Your mailbox will soon no longer be littered with pieces of cheap, political junk mail.
Yes, the finish line is in sight.
Candidates have given speeches, kissed babies and shaken hands. Volunteers have knocked on doors and made thousands of calls. Now, the rest is in our hands.
It’s time to vote, time to exercise our voice and decide what kind of government we want. In a little less than 12 hours the polls in Indiana will open.
However, while the majority of campaigning is over, candidates are still putting in their last second campaigning.
Republican Mike Braun, who is seeking to replace incumbent Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly, gave supporters one last message.
Maureen and I just voted here in Jasper. Have you? This election is too important to sit out – get your friends, get your neighbors, get out and VOTE! https://t.co/F5WQMfByFg #INSen #IBackBraun pic.twitter.com/34Si2xS7GZ
— Mike Braun (@braun4indiana) November 5, 2018