Obama arrives in Indy, makes voter calls

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Democratic Sen. Barack Obama is in Indianapolis today for some last-minute campaign phone calls.

Obama arrived at Indianapolis International Airport around 10:30 this morning and headed to a nearby United Auto Workers Local 550 "Get Out the Vote" call center.

He stayed there about 45 minutes and made 13 phone calls. Obama plans to return to Chicago and play a game of basketball with friends and staff before watching election returns at a hotel room.

After the race is called, he plans to address supporters from a stage built especially for the occasion in Chicago's Grant Park.

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