Here’s a breakdown of the headlines from Tuesday night’s U.S. Senate debate between Democrat Joe Donnelly, Republican Mike Braun, and Libertarian Lucy Brenton.
The three candidates for U.S. Senate tackled hot-button topics including birthright citizenship and Saudi Arabia Tuesday night alongside some more traditional debate fare. (Journal Gazette)
The three candidates for U.S. Senate faced off in a relatively calm final debate Tuesday night at the Tobias Theater at Newfields in Indianapolis, one week before the Nov. 6 general election. (IBJ)
Indiana Sen. Joe Donnelly is accusing his Republican rival Mike Braun of opposing abortion even in cases of rape, incest, and medical emergency. (WISH-TV)
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The wacky waving inflatable arm man Joe Donnelly, flailing outside the front door at Newfields may have been one of the few different features of the final U.S.Senate Debate, hosted by the Indiana Debate Commission, and underwritten by the Indy Chamber. (WIBC)
Here are five takeaways from Tuesday night’s final Indiana U.S. Senate debate. (The Hill)
IndyStar fact-checked the final Indiana Senate Debate Tuesday between Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly, Republican Mike Braun, and Libertarian Lucy Brenton. (Indy Star)