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Republican Mike Braun Leads Indiana Race for Senate

What was originally regarded as a toss-up in Indiana is now a toss-up with Republican candidate Mike Braun leading incumbent Democrat Senator Joe Donnelly. Just one week out, the CBS News Battleground Tracker shows Braun ahead by three points, 46 percent to 43 percent, and President Trump may be responsible for what appears to be a rising red wave in the Midwest. According to those polled, 42 percent said they were voting in the race to show their support for Trump, and just 25 percent said their vote was not about Trump. Perhaps more alarming to the open borders left, however, is the 55 percent of voters who cited negative feelings about the Central American migrant caravan marching toward our border with Mexico. Much to the left’s chagrin, would-be illegal immigrants might actually ensure the GOP gains seats in the senate.

Here’s more from Breitbart…

Republican candidate Mike Braun leads incumbent Democrat Sen. Joe Donnelly heading into the November midterm election for the Indiana U.S. Senate seat, according to the latest polling.
Braun is ahead of Donnelly by three points, at 46 percent to 43 percent, according to the CBS News Battleground Tracker. The polling was conducted by YouGov from October 23-26. Eight percent are still not sure.

President Trump looms large in the race: 42 percent said they were voting in the Senate race in support of Trump, while 33 percent said they were voting in opposition to Trump. Twenty-five percent said it was not about Trump.

Most respondents had negative feelings about the migrant caravan traveling from Central America to the U.S. border. Fifty-five percent said the U.S. should not try to help the migrant caravan, and 44 percent said the U.S. should try to help.

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