Indiana Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly has often criticized his GOP opponent for importing products he sells from China.
Stewart Superior Corp., which he also owned stock in, has received repeated shipments of goods from China throughout much of this decade, according to records reviewed by The Associated Press.
Even in the primary, Braun faced questions about his business selling imported goods.
“While Joe Donnelly has fought for Hoosier jobs every step of the way in the Senate, Rep. Braun made $18 million last year alone by selling cheap foreign auto parts at the expense of Hoosier workers,” Donnelly spokesman Will Baskin-Gerwitz told The Hill in July.
As the Associated Press pointed out, the amount of imported goods received by Stewart Superior is minuscule when compared with the goods Braun’s company regularly receives from China.