Senator Clinton campaigns in Indiana

May 6, 2008 9:38:44 AM PDT
After a late night of campaigning, Senator Hillary Clinton is in Indiana Tuesday.

She ended her night in Evansville, Indiana where she leads the race by four points.

She and Obama are going after the same working class voters.

"The rich have had their president, it's time we had a president for everyone else, who figures out the middle class makes a difference," Clinton said during a campaign speech.

Clinton's husband, former President Bill Clinton, is spending the last few hours before the polls close stumping for votes.

Tuesday morning he talked to voters in Huntersville -- outside Charlotte.

He's making four stops in North Carolina today. His final stop will be in Durham where he'll meet with voters at the N.C School of Science and Mathematics.

Eyewitness Newss will talk to Senator Clinton in an one-on-one today live at 5:30 p.m.