Joe Donnelly

Barack Obama’s Risks Turn into Losses for Democrats

Obama held campaign rallies for losing candidates Indiana Senator Joe Donnelly, Democrat candidate for Governor Richard Cordray in Ohio, Democrat candidate for governor in Florida Andrew Gillum, and Democrat candidate for governor in Georgia Stacey Abrams.

President Barack Obama speaks to a crowd of 16,000 people while campaigning for Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton at the University of Chapel Hill on November 2, 2016 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. President Obama mentioned the Klan.

Mike Braun Trumps Joe Donnelly in Indiana Senate Race

Hoosier businessman Mike Braun defeated Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-IN) in the competitive Indiana Senate race, serving a sharp rebuke to the political establishment and one of the Senate’s most vulnerable Democrats.

FORT WAYNE, IN - NOVEMBER 05: U.S. President Donald Trump and Republican Senate candidate Mike Braun shake hands during a campaign rally at the County War Memorial Coliseum November 5, 2018 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Braun is facing first-term Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-IN) in tomorrow's midterm election. Trump is campaigning …

Barack Obama Losing His Voice on the Campaign Trail

“As you may hear, I’ve been doing a little campaigning but I’m a little out of shape, voice-wise,” he admitted at the beginning of a rally in Indiana Sunday afternoon. “I’m going to be a little bit hoarse and I hope you don’t mind.”

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***Live Updates*** Trump Holds Indiana Rally with Mike Pence

President Donald Trump will hold a Friday evening rally in Indiana with Vice President Mike Pence for Republican Senate candidate Mike Braun, who has a slight lead in the polls as he seeks to unseat incumbent Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-IN). Trump tweeted earlier in the day that former Indiana basketball coach Bobby “The General” Knight will also be at the rally. Stay tuned to Breitbart News for live updates.

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Republicans Confidently Move Closer to Improving Senate Majority

A fresh set of polls out this week and last have Republicans more confident than ever that, while questions over which party will control the House majority after the midterms still loom, they will likely lock up not just control of the Senate majority but a strengthened majority to boot.

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Exclusive–Indiana GOP Hits Donnelly with Ethics Complaint Over ‘Illegal’ Use of Official Gorsuch Photo in Campaign Ad

The Indiana Republican Party will, on Thursday, slam Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-IN), a vulnerable Democrat up for re-election, for what it says–and Donnelly’s own campaign spokesman admitted–is an illegal use in a campaign ad of an official U.S. Senate photograph of Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch and Donnelly standing together before Gorsuch’s confirmation.

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Joe Donnelly Indiana Senate Debate: ‘My Hero in Politics’ Is John McCain

Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-IN) described the late John McCain as his “hero in politics” during Monday’s senatorial debate at Purdue University Northwest in Hammond, IN. His Republican challenger is Rep. Mike Braun (R-IN) in a race described by C-SPAN as “widely considered one of the tightest contests of the 2018 midterm elections.”

Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly, middle, speaks duirng a U.S. Senate Debate against Republican former state Rep. Mike Braun and Libertarian Lucy Brenton, Monday, Oct. 8, 2018, in Westville, Ind.

Polls: GOP Sees Boost in Key Senate Races Amid Democrats’ Kavanaugh Smear Campaign

A new series of polls released by Fox News on Wednesday evening has Republicans–who were scrambling heading into October– jumping for joy as the final month of campaigning kicks off, with GOP candidates in battleground U.S. Senate races across the country rising into strong positions with a month to go before the all-important midterm election.

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