Not everyone was excited about Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney being in town Wednesday.
A group of nearly 30 protestors stood outside the Indianapolis Convention Center.
Protesters chanted, “we built this,” as people arrived to see the candidate. Their chant referred to President Barack Obama's comments about business leaders not building their businesses without help.
The protesters said they worry that Romney would cut veteran compensation, negatively affect education and hurt healthcare.
"[The Romney-Ryan plan] is about taking opportunities away from people who excel through hard work, taking away the opportunity for ordinary people to go to college, to have some kind of dignity and security in old age or ill health,” said Nancy Guyotte, executive director of the Indiana AFL-CIO
The protest was peaceful. No one was arrested.