Winning re-election as a Democrat in a state President Trump won in 2016 is a math problem for Sen. Joe Donnelly, R-Ind.
“My voting record is: I voted 62 percent with Donald Trump,” Donnelly said.
Undecided voters at a recent Donnelly campaign in Bremen aren’t so sure.
Agricultural tariffs are tilting some other undecided farmers toward Donnelly, including another Trump voter, soybean farmer Charlie Houin.
“Eighty percent of my decision is gonna be made up on how the candidates are gonna affect agriculture and how they’re gonna support me,” Houin said.