INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama is scheduled to make Indianapolis his first campaign stop after his second debate with Republican John McCain.
Obama's campaign is setting up at the Indiana State Fairgrounds for a rally that begins at 12:15 p.m. Wednesday.
Other Indiana Democrats, including Sen. Evan Bayh and gubernatorial candidate Jill Long Thompson, are also expected to attend.
Obama and McCain held their second of three debates Tuesday night in Nashville, Tenn.
Recent polls have shown a tight race or McCain with a slight lead in Indiana, where a Democratic presidential candidate hasn't won since 1964.
McCain hasn't visited the state since July 1.