Mike Braun Takes Joe Donnelly Down In Indiana, Republicans Leading In Florida, Michigan, North Dakota

The Indiana Senate race has now been called for Republican Mike Braun, who has taken down incumbent democrat Joe Donnelly, who got in by the scales of his skin in 2012 based off of an abortion flap by the Republican candidate.

Meanwhile, Jim James is leading Debbie Stabenow in Michigan, Florida governor and now Senate candidate Rick Scott leads incumbent democrat Bill Nelson with 93% reporting. Democrat incumbent in North Dakota, Heidi Heitkamp, is losing bigly to challenger Kevin Cramer.

Stabenow was expected to cruise comfortably to re-election, but it looks like the blue wave is crashing.

 

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