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Tuesday, September 18, 2018
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Donnelly's Jacob Sexton TV ad
U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly's TV ad featuring Jeff and Barb Sexton, parents of the late Army Specialist Jacob Sexton, who's suicide in 2009 prompted Donnelly to author the Jacob Sexton Suicide Prevention Act.
Trump advocates for Braun
A Senate Leadership PAC TV ad has President Trump endorsing the candidacy of Indiana Republican Senate nominee Mike Braun, using video and audio from the Aug. 30 MAGA rally in Evansville.
Rep. Banks' first reelect TV ad
U.S. Rep. Jim Banks' first TV ad for reelection in his 3rd CD race against Democrat Courtney Tritch.
Pence on 'Face The Nation'
Vice President Mike Pence appeared on CBS "Face The Nation" and says he has never thought about invoking the 25th Amendment.
Gambill begins SD38 TV ads
Democrat Chris Gambill, who is challenging State Sen. Jon Ford, began running this TV ad in the Terre Haute TV market.
J.D. Ford begins SD29 TV ads
SD29 Democratic nominee J.D. Ford began his TV ad campaign in his race against State Sen. Mike Delph.
Donnelly's 'RV' TV ad
U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly's "RV" ad which will run with a six-figure buy across all Indiana markets.
Braun's 'Jasper' TV ad
Republican Senate nominee Mike Braun's "Jasper" ad recounts his career in his hometown.
Lawson begins election security PSAs
Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson has launched TV ads about the state's election security.
Braun's 'Doer' TV ad
Republican U.S. Senate nominee Mike Braun releases "Doer" TV ad.
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  • Chairman Brown still in critical, but making progress
    House Speaker Brian Bosma is in regular contact with House Ways & Means Chairman Tim Brown’s family, and Bosma reported today that Dr. Brown remains in critical but stable condition at the hospital in Ann Arbor. Brown was injured in a motorcycle accident near the Mackinaw Bridge in Michigan. The family also conveyed that he has made positive progress since the accident.
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  • Bloomberg ponders 2020 presidential run as a Democrat

    Chalk this one up in the what-goes-around-comes-around category. Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is pondering a 2020 presidential run as a Democrat, telling the New York Times“It’s impossible to conceive that I could run as a Republican — things like choice, so many of the issues, I’m just way away from where the Republican Party is today. That’s not to say I’m with the Democratic Party on everything, but I don’t see how you could possibly run as a Republican. So if you ran, yeah, you’d have to run as a Democrat.”

    Should he win the Democratic nomination, the billionaire Bloomberg would likely face President Trump, a billionaire Manhattan Democrat who turned Republican and has said he will seek reelection. - Brian A. Howey, publisher

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