INDIANAPOLIS — The day Democratic Senate candidate Joe Donnelly answered his cell and was asked to hold for former President Clinton, he told the 4,000 souls squeezed into North Central High School’s gym, his only real question was which friend was trying to punk him. “And the next voice I hear is the voice of God.”
To a Democrat in a squeaky-tight race that his party’s control of the Senate might hinge on, that’s how it sounded, anyway. “I’d do my Clinton imitation,” the congressman added, maybe walking back that God comment just a hair, “but it might not be respectful. He said, ‘Joe, you’re gonna win this race…and would ya mind if I wanted to help a little bit?’ And I said, ‘I’ll check my schedule.’ ”
Turns out, Friday morning was open, so Clinton dropped by here to do what he does, which lately has involved stumping for President Obama and other Democratic candidates across the country.
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