According to a Tuesday poll, a U.S. Senate seat in Indiana is set to flip from blue to red on Nov. 6.
“With just seven days until election day, a poll by Cygnal, a national polling and research firm, shows Republican Mike Braun with a 3-point advantage over incumbent Senator Joe Donnelly in Indiana’s US Senate race,” according to a press release by the polling firm.
Donnelly is a first term incumbent who was first elected in 2012.
“The Cygnal survey, conducted October 26 – 27, with 505 likely general election voters, shows Braun leading Donnelly 49% to 46%, with only 2% of voters undecided,” the press release said.
Braun is a member of the Indiana House of Representatives who is running his Senate campaign on a pro-Trump platform. […]
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