Mike Braun has been doing more than surging in the polls. He is bringing a message of hope to conservatives and right-leaning Independents in a state that should never have had Joe Donnelly (D-IN) as a Senator.
The latest polls show them neck-and-neck. While we don’t hold polls in the esteem that most news organizations do, it’s good to see a close race to unseat an incumbent Democrat.
This isn’t the first time we’ve talked about Braun:
One of the biggest reasons conservatives should be against gun control measures, even the ones labeled as “common sense,” is because any erosion of the 2nd Amendment will lead to further removal of our gun ownership rights in general. The old adage goes, “if you give them an inch, they’ll take a mile.” That has been demonstrated as the case with leftists who take the smallest cracks in a system and attempt to exploit them until they get their full wishes.
When there is gun violence, leftists tend to go straight after the 2nd Amendment rather than attempting to diagnose the real problem.
It also isn’t the first time we’ve talked about Donnelly:
Donnelly, a first-term senator, is trying to stave off a challenge from Republican businessman Mike Braun, and in doing so, keep alive Democratic hopes of taking control of the U.S. Senate after the Nov 6. congressional elections.
Democrats need a net gain of two Senate seats to take a majority in the upper chamber, which would allow them to more effectively counter Trump’s agenda. But doing that not only means winning at least two seats now held by Republicans, but also holding onto seats in conservative states that Trump won, including Indiana, Montana, North Dakota and West Virginia.
The good people of Indiana need to step up and put Mike Braun in the Senate. He has the right ideas and a unique perspective that brings hope to a country desperately needing it.