Sen. Claire McCaskill’s net approval rating dipped by nearly 10 points in the past year, making her the least popular Democrat running for reelection in a state carried by Republicans in 2016, according to new polling data from Morning Consult.
Only 32 percent of people in Indiana who are familiar with Democratic senator Joe Donnelly said they planned to vote for him next year, according to new polling from Ball State University.
New data from the Center for Effective Lawmaking show that Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly of Indiana was the least effective member of his party at advancing agenda items toward becoming law during the last Congress.
One of the five Democratic senators who joined Republicans to defeat the DREAM Act criticized President Donald Trump Tuesday for revoking similar protections of so-called “Dreamers.”
The ink stamp company tied to Democratic senator Joe Donnelly has continued manufacturing in Mexico despite scrubbing the outsourcing operation from its website, according to official shipment records showing thousands of dollars’ worth of materials transported across the border by the company while the Indiana senator still owned its stock.
Indiana Sen. Joe Donnelly (D.) announced that he has finalized his sale of stock in a family-owned company that outsourced jobs to Mexico, but he will hold on to the thousands of dollars in profits he earned off the company in recent years.
Democratic senators Joe Donnelly (Ind.) and Claire McCaskill (Mo.) both told voters over the weekend that they were right in the “middle” of the two parties as they gear up to defend their seats in states Republican President Donald Trump won by 20 points.
Twelve days after it was revealed that Sen. Joe Donnelly (D., Ind.) was invested in a company that recently outsourced manufacturing jobs to Mexico, the senator faced taunts of “Mexico Joe” as he exited a Washington, D.C., fundraiser.
Exactly one week after Indiana Democrat Sen. Joe Donnelly’s investments in a family business that outsourced manufacturing to Mexico were exposed, he is reigniting his call for legislation that would punish companies that do just that.