Post-debate poll shows Donnelly-Braun race a “dead heat”

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The first poll released after the contentious Indiana Senate debate shows the race is extremely close.

Graves Marketing has released the poll, which shows incumbent Democrat Joe Donnelly leading with 44 percent.

Republican challenger Mike Braun has 40 percent. Libertarian Lucy Brenton came in with 7 percent.

Four percent is within the margin of error, so the race for Indiana’s Senate seat is considered a statistical dead heat.

A second debate will take place on Oct. 30 in Indianapolis.

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Paul October 19, 2018 at 4:00 pm

A few years ago while the debate over Obama Care was hot and heave. Senator Joe Donnelly was invited to speak to the assembled Realtors of Elkhart County at their monthly meeting. Joe was nice and calm until one of the old bulls in the crowd asked him about socialized medicine and Obama Care. It was a Jekyll and Hyde moment where Joe became angrily unhinged in defending socialized medicine. In doing so he marginalized the gentleman asking the question.

Who really cares where the items we all buy come from. Every single one of use wears clothes from Indonesia because no one makes them in the USA anymore. Are Mike Braun’s auto parts otherwise available from US Manufacturers? No one explains that to us do they. Besides the company website has buttons to translate English into a number of languages besides Chinese.

I will not vote for a man for us senate who spent the last 5 years hiding under his desk rather than working for Hoosiers.

John G October 19, 2018 at 9:57 pm

Wake up before it’s too late. #VoteRed #VoteRepublican


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