FINAL PLEA FOR VOTES: Indiana Democratic Party gubernatorial candidate John Gregg visited Jefferson County Democratic Headquarters on Thursday. Candidates for state offices are touring the state in the final days leading up to the election on Tuesday. Gregg’s  tour will reach 60 cities and towns through Saturday. He was accompanied on the tour by Lt. Gov. candidate Vi Simpson and 6th District Congressional candidate Brad Bookout, seated right. Republican Senate candidate Richard Mourdock was expected to visit Madison this afternoon. (Staff photo by Ken Ritchie)
FINAL PLEA FOR VOTES: Indiana Democratic Party gubernatorial candidate John Gregg visited Jefferson County Democratic Headquarters on Thursday. Candidates for state offices are touring the state in the final days leading up to the election on Tuesday. Gregg’s tour will reach 60 cities and towns through Saturday. He was accompanied on the tour by Lt. Gov. candidate Vi Simpson and 6th District Congressional candidate Brad Bookout, seated right. Republican Senate candidate Richard Mourdock was expected to visit Madison this afternoon. (Staff photo by Ken Ritchie)
Indiana's candidates for Senate and governor are continuing their sprint to Election Day.

Democratic Senate candidate Joe Donnelly planned to spend today crossing northern Indiana before heading down to Lafayette.

Republican Richard Mourdock is starting his day in Noblesville and working south from there. He was expected to be in Madison about 3:15 p.m. at the Downtowner restaurant.

Republican gubernatorial candidate Mike Pence is starting his day in Lafayette then working his way north to Valparaiso. Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Gregg and running mate Vi Simpson plan to spend the day in southern Indiana.

The battle for Indiana's open Senate seat has been neck-and-neck since the May primary. The governor's race has begun tightening somewhat with statewide polls giving Pence the edge.