Republican Mike Braun Takes Senate Seat Away from Democrats in Indiana

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His predecessor Mr Obama was travelling to Gary, Indiana, on behalf of Senator Joe Donnelly, who faces a stiff challenge from Republican businessman Mike Braun. Braun now holds a twelve-point advantage with almost 50% of precincts reporting.

"Mike Braun, a Republican businessman is projected to defeat first-term Democratic Sen". Multiple networks have called the race.

The race, in brief: Donnelly appears to be struggling to maintain his seat in a Rustbelt state where Trump holds a 53 percent approval rating.

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Donnelly, a centrist Democrat, has remained vulnerable since voting against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. He attacked Braun for supporting the GOP's push to repeal the health care law, including its protections for pre-existing conditions.

He highlighted his support for Trump's border wall and has come out strongly against socialized medicine. This poll also shows that Braun's numbers are rising leading up to election day. "Joe Donnelly, according to the Fox News Decision Desk", writes Fox Election Headquarters. To boost his standing, he tried to tout his more conservative credentials in a state that favors Trump.