Skip to comments.Freep this poll
Posted on 10/22/2012 9:59:17 AM PDT by Stymee
Both candidates for Indiana's U.S. Senate seat agree that Capitol Hill is dominated by partisan gridlock but they differ on if and how Congress can solve the problem, even as they compete for the same undecided voters.
U.S. Rep. Joe Donnelly, D-Granger, has preached a message of centrism and bipartisanship while relentlessly painting Republican state Treasurer Richard Mourdock as an extreme, right-wing ideologue.
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An extremely biased article.
Sounds like it could have been written by some liberal “professor” at the local college.
as of now
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Richard Mourdock (R) 88.75% (142 votes)
Joe Donnelly (D) 11.25% (18 votes)
Total Votes: 160
Richard Mourdock (R) 89.53% (154 votes)
Joe Donnelly (D) 10.47% (18 votes)
Freeped as requested. Out here in fly-over country, AKA Indiana, we know Mourdock is not the sharpest knife in the drawer BUT while Donnelly comes across as a decent guy, once he gets out to DC he morphs into a Pelosi puppet.
He promised not to vote for Obamacare then turned around and did it anyway.
Whoa! Repub is up 84 points!
Here’s the deep irony: By going +11 in Indiana, Romney is going to pull Murdouck over the finish line.
I live in Indiana so I “freeped” this poll, but IMO (even if the left does this to ‘cheat’), I don’t think it’s ok for non state residents to vote in this poll.
I don't know about that. Do you feel the same about out of state donations? I have donated to candidates all over the country. IMO, once I have donated then I have a dog in the hunt.
It's an online poll, not voter fraud.
Richard Mourdock (R) 94.02% (440 votes)
Joe Donnelly (D) 5.98% (28 votes)
Total Votes: 468
no, but personally I wouldn’t vote in polls that I don’t have a personal stake (I know this poll doesn’t say that) but what if it had said “For whom do you plan on voting for on election day: Richard Mourdock or Joe Donnelly?”
I live in Indiana (and did vote for Mourdock already, but if I weren’t a Hoosier, then I wouldn’t vote in even an online poll because it would be ~lying~).