INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (April 18, 2016) — A state campaign official for Donald Trump confirmed the GOP presidential candidate will be in Indianapolis Wednesday.
A spokesperson for Trump for Indiana said the event will be held at the Indiana State Fairgrounds at 3 p.m. in the Elements Financial Blue Ribbon Pavilion.
Doors will open for the event at noon. Ticket information can be found here.
FOX59 has learned the Trump campaign has been in contact with the local United Steelworkers union and plans to highlight the Carrier move to Mexico. Trump specifically addressed Carrier’s move in a February GOP debate saying, “I’m going to tell them I’m going to get consensus from Congress, and we’re going to tax you when those air conditioners come – so stay where you are or build in the United States.”
Republican Senator Ted Cruz will campaign in Indianapolis on Thursday, April 21. He’s set to speak at the Indiana GOP’s Spring Dinner.
Security is a concern any time presidential candidates travel to Indy, and IMPD said it is working on a security plan.
After the rally in Indy, Trump will head off to Berlin, Maryland to speak at a high school.