Their message-reduce big government and reduce big spending.
"I just want everybody to wake up and find out what is going on and do something about it before it's too late”says Phyllis Pond, Indiana State Representative for the 85th District.
The spending revolt tour is non-partisan. It's made up of a variety of folks, taxpayers, business owners and families. All agree that the spend-now, pay-later approach has to go.
"The way we're spending now is totally irresponsible” says Pond.
Several local government officials showed up tonight including Allen County Council member Paula Hughes who is running for Fort Wayne Mayor.
"Taxes are always going to give the excuse it needs to grow” says Spending Revolt spokerperson Mattie Corrao.
The group is also in favor of lower taxes. Tour members commended Indiana officials on the state's low property taxes.
"Indiana certainly has a story to tell in that sense having a low government payroll, having low taxes, low property taxes and that certainly drives a more productive economy” says Corrao.
Members also say spending today lacks transparency, that often taxpayers aren't told where and how they're money is being spent.
"Every single dime the government spends, it comes from your and my pockets and so we have a right to know where it's spending and in this day and age there's no reason not to know where your money is going” says Corrao.
Most importantly, these supporters are asking voters to consider one question this election day is government intervention really the best way?
"We're much better left to out own devices” says Corrao.
The tour started in August and will wrap up this weekend.