Ellsworth Talks Strategy For The Final Leg Of Senate Campaign

By Scott Sarvay
By Max Resnik

October 21, 2010 Updated Oct 21, 2010 at 6:22 PM EDT

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Congressman Brad Ellsworth visits Indiana’s NewsCenter to talk about his campaign.

It's one of the most heated battles in the state: Congressman Brad Ellsworth and former Senator Dan Coats. Both are fighting for the seat soon to be vacated by Evan Bayh.

Perhaps the issue that separates the two candidates the most is the Healthcare Reform Bill, one that Congressman Ellsworth voted for. Coats has said he wants to repeal the bill and polls show that most Americans support the repeal.

Congressman Ellsworth says all this discussion surrounding the Healthcare Reform Bill wouldn't be happening if then Senator Coats and his colleagues passed a similar measure years ago when they had the chance.

In addition to talking Healthcare today, Congressman Ellsworth noted how proud he was of his voting record in terms of supporting troops both at home and abroad. When asked if he had any regrets in terms of his voting record the Congressman said he had none.

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