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Indianapolis US Senate candidates town hall

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Hammond Mayor Tom McDermott, a Democrat, is challenging Senator Todd Young, a Republican. Young was first elected in 2016 and is seeking his second term. McDermott says his top priority is protecting abortion access. The forum was one of the final times we will hear the candidates before election day, November 8.
Published 3 months ago · Indianapolis, United States

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