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November 10, 2018

My first batch of photos from a new beginning as freelance photojournalist here in Indianapolis, Indiana! 

Young Trump supporters cheer at a rally at Southport High School in Indianapolis, Ind., Friday, Nov. 2, 2018. President Donald Trump was campaigning for Republican Indiana Senate candidate Mike Braun. (Leah Klafczynski for The New York Times)

Dwayne Sawyer, of Brownsburg, Ind., tries on his new "Make America Great Again" hat he purchased with his daughter, Cassandra Sawyer, 15, before attending a Trump rally at Southport High School in Indianapolis, Ind., Friday, Nov. 2, 2018. President Donald Trump was campaigning for Republican candidate Mike Braun. (Leah Klafczynski for The New York Times)

Buttons for sale at a Trump rally at Southport High School in Indianapolis, Ind., Friday, Nov. 2, 2018. President Donald Trump was campaigning for Republican Indiana Senate candidate Mike Braun. (Leah Klafczynski for The New York Times)

Ethan Adamson, 9, of Plainfield, Ind., is held by his dad, Jonathon Adamson, while waiting to enter a Trump rally at Southport High School in Indianapolis, Ind., Friday, Nov. 2, 2018. President Donald Trump was campaigning for Republican Indiana Senate candidate Mike Braun. (Leah Klafczynski for The New York Times)

Beverly Sweeney, of Indianapolis, poses for a portrait before a Trump rally at Southport High School in Indianapolis, Ind., Friday, Nov. 2, 2018. Sweeney, in her 70s, voted in the presidential election for the first time in 2016. "I can't believe he's here, I live just up the street," Sweeney said. (Leah Klafczynski for The New York Times)

Trump supporters hold their signs up while cheering at a rally at Southport High School in Indianapolis, Ind., Friday, Nov. 2, 2018. President Donald Trump was campaigning for Republican Indiana Senate candidate Mike Braun. (Leah Klafczynski for The New York Times)

Sydnee Michaels loads her golf clubs into the car alongside her 9-month-old baby Isla before they head to the Indy Women in Tech Championship Pro-Am, Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2018, Indianapolis. Michaels is one of the LPGA tour pros using the LPGA Child Development Program. (Leah Klafczynski for espnW)

Sydnee Michaels carries her 9-month-old baby Isla to the LPGA Child Development Program before playing in the Indy Women in Tech Championship Pro-Am, Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2018, Indianapolis. Michaels is one of the LPGA tour pros using the LPGA Child Development Program. (Leah Klafczynski for espnW)

From right, golfer Sydnee Michaels and her baby Isla greet Kelly Shultz, senior director of LPGA tour media and operations, and her baby Mackenzie at the LPGA Child Development Program before the Indy Women in Tech Championship Pro-Am, Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2018, Indianapolis. Michaels is one of the LPGA tour pros using the LPGA Child Development Program. (Leah Klafczynski for espnW)

Sydnee Michaels lines up a practice putt at the Indy Women in Tech Championship Pro-Am, Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2018, at Brickyard Crossing Golf Course in Indianapolis. Michaels is one of the LPGA tour pros using the LPGA Child Development Program. (Leah Klafczynski for espnW)

Sydnee Michaels drives at the Indy Women in Tech Championship Pro-Am, Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2018, at Brickyard Crossing Golf Course in Indianapolis. Michaels is one of the LPGA tour pros using the LPGA Child Development Program. (Leah Klafczynski for espnW)

Sydnee Michaels and her 9-month-old baby Isla leave the Indy Women in Tech Championship Pro-Am, Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2018, Indianapolis. (Leah Klafczynski for espnW)

Ben Davis' Rayvion Tharpe looks-on as the sun shines down in the first half of the game against Warren Central at Warren Central High School in Indianapolis, Ind., Friday, Sept. 7, 2018. Warren Central defeated Ben Davis 70-27. (Leah Klafczynski for IndyStar)

Bedford North Lawrence players lift their teammate Jesse Lane in celebration of their championship victory against Tippecanoe Valley at the Inaugural Unified Flag Football State Finals at the Colts Training Complex in Indianapolis, Ind., Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018. Bedford North Lawrence defeated Tippecanoe Valley 50-26 for the state title. (Leah Klafczynski for IndyStar)

Zionsville's Ben Weidner (8) prepares to kick the ball against Chesterton's defender Jordan Carlson (12) in the second half of the IHSAA class 3A state final at IUPUI's Michael A. Carroll Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind., Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018. Chesterton defeated Zionsville 1-0 in overtime. (Leah Klafczynski for IndyStar)

New Palestine's Ryker Large helps up Center Grove's Jacob Keith after a play in the first half of the game at New Palestine High School in New Palestine, Ind., Friday, Aug. 24, 2018. The New Palestine Dragons defeated the Center Grove Trojans 31-9. (Leah Klafczynski for IndyStar)

Center Grove's Jacob Keith gets a face-full of turf attempting to catch a touchdown pass that was broken up by New Palestine in the first half of the game at New Palestine High School in New Palestine, Ind., Friday, Aug. 24, 2018. The New Palestine Dragons defeated the Center Grove Trojans 31-9. (Leah Klafczynski for IndyStar)

Chesterton's defender Jack Eaton (20) reacts after scoring against Zionsville with 27-seconds left on the clock during overtime in the IHSAA class 3A state final at IUPUI's Michael A. Carroll Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind., Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018. Chesterton defeated Zionsville 1-0 in overtime. (Leah Klafczynski for IndyStar)

Zionsville's Ben Weidner (8) reacts to a call against Zionsville in the second half of the IHSAA class 3A state final against Chesterton at IUPUI's Michael A. Carroll Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind., Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018. Chesterton defeated Zionsville 1-0 in overtime. (Leah Klafczynski for IndyStar)

 South Bend St. Joseph players emote after receiving their runner-up trophies against Cathedral in the IHSAA class 2A state final at IUPUI's Michael A. Carroll Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind., Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018. Cathedral defeated South Bend St. Joseph 1-0 for the state title. (Leah Klafczynski for IndyStar)

Chesterton's Kyle McEuen (2) gets his face on the ball against Zionsville's Alex Carr (3) in the first half of the IHSAA class 3A state final at IUPUI's Michael A. Carroll Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind., Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018. Chesterton defeated Zionsville 1-0 in overtime. (Leah Klafczynski for IndyStar)

Avon celebrates after defeating Roncalli in the regional semifinals at Greenfield-Central High School in Greenfield, Ind., Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018. Avon defeated Roncalli 3-1 to take the regional champ title. (Leah Klafczynski for IndyStar)

Aftab Pureval, an Ohio Democrat running for a seat in the House of Representatives, films a commercial bit outside a fall festival event at King of Kings Lutheran Church on Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018, in Mason, Ohio. Pureval visited 30 events around the city Saturday to mark that there are 30 days left until the election. (Leah Klafczynski for BuzzFeed)

Aftab Pureval, an Ohio Democrat running for a seat in the House of Representatives, chats with Ken Jones, 39, on Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018, at Cuts Plus Barbershop in Cincinnati, Ohio. Pureval visited 30 events around the city Saturday to mark that there are 30 days left until the election. (Leah Klafczynski for BuzzFeed)

Aftab Pureval, an Ohio Democrat running for a seat in the House of Representatives, poses with a chihuahua at the Habanero Latin American Fare where he helped judge a pet contest on Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018, in Cincinnati, Ohio. Pureval visited 30 events around the city Saturday to mark that there are 30 days left until the election. (Leah Klafczynski for BuzzFeed)

Aftab Pureval, an Ohio Democrat running for a seat in the House of Representatives poses for a portrait on Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018, in Maineville, Ohio. Pureval visited 30 events around the city Saturday to mark that there are 30 days left until the election. (Leah Klafczynski for BuzzFeed)

 

 

 

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