Clinton campaigns in Indy Sunday

Hillary Clinton speaks in Indianapolis Sunday, May 1, 2016. (WISH Photo)

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Hillary Clinton spoke in front of a crowd of 750 peple at Douglas Park Auditorium in Indianapolis Sunday.

The capacity crowd forced the fire marshal to close the doors early.

Clinton attacked Republicans and Democratic rival Bernie Sanders.

Sen. Joe Donnelly, Congressman Andre Carson and Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett also spoke at the event.

“I want to make sure we have a manufacturing renessance in America and that those jobs and more jobs are available for people,” Clinton said.

She said gun violence is an “epidemic that doesn’t really respect any boundaries or borders.”

“When I hear Donald Trump or when I hear Ted Cruz say what he says about Muslims, I gotta tell you, it’s not only offensive, it is dangerous,” Clinton said. “It’s absolutely dangerous.”

Her husband, former president Bill Clinton, spoke in Kokomo on Saturday.

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