Republican Mike Braun ousted incumbent Democratic senator Joe Donnelly on Tuesday after a fraught campaign that saw national issues take center stage.
FORT WAYNE, Ind.—The crowd, clad in “Make America Great Again” hats and waving signs emblazoned with slogans—”Finish the Wall,” “Drain the Swamp,” and “Jobs Not Mobs”—roared with enthusiasm as the 45th president of the United States entered the arena.
GARY, Ind.—The Indiana Democratic Party is making a last-ditch effort to save incumbent Democratic senator Joe Donnelly by funding ads and mailers supporting the Libertarian candidate on the ballot in an attempt to split the vote in this heavily conservative state.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.—Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani urged voters in Indiana not take the first midterm election of the Trump presidency lightly unless they were prepared to cope with having his fellow New Yorker, Chuck Schumer, as Senate majority leader for the next two years.
Several labor unions have launched a last ditch super PAC to save Sen. Joe Donnelly’s re-election bid, even if the Indiana Democrat’s family business has outsourced jobs to Mexico.
Republican Indiana Senate candidate Mike Braun criticized his opponent, incumbent Sen. Joe Donnelly (D., Ind.), for using a Mexican axe in his new campaign ad.
The Indiana Republican Party has filed a complaint to the Senate ethics committee against Sen. Joe Donnelly (D., Ind.) for his “improper and illegal use of official resources for campaign purposes,” pointing to use of photos taken by his official office in his latest campaign ad.
Indiana senator Joe Donnelly has felt heat from his Republican opponent Mike Braun ever since announcing his decision to oppose Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court, but the heat is being turned up after his campaign began raising money off the decision.
An Indiana man was sentenced on Monday to 15 years in prison for plotting to carry out a terror attack using explosives and poisons in the name of ISIS.