INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Democrat Barack Obama plans to campaign in Indianapolis on Wednesday.
The rally at the Indiana State Fairgrounds will be Obama's third visit to Indiana since the Democratic National Convention and his sixth since May.
Surveys show a competitive race in Indiana after months of advertising and campaign work by Obama. A South Bend Tribune/WSBT poll released Wednesday found 46 percent of likely voters favored Republican John McCain for president while 45 percent said they supported Obama.
Obama's Indiana spokesman says the planned visit offers a good opportunity because people are paying attention to the campaign as next month's election approaches.