Libertarian presidential candidate stumps in Indiana

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Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson is bringing his campaign back to Indiana.

Johnson was set to speak to a political science class at Indiana University-South Bend on Wednesday afternoon before attending a Wednesday evening event with Libertarian gubernatorial candidate Rupert Boneham in the Shelby County town of Fairland, about 20 miles southeast of Indianapolis.

He's also scheduled to participate in a town hall forum at Marian University in Indianapolis on Thursday.

It's Johnson's third campaign visit to Indiana.


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