Hear about the negative tone of the campaigns from the candidates for Indiana's open U.S. Senate seat and explore what impact it may have.
The three candidates for Indiana’s open U.S. Senate seat met Tuesday in a debate marked by pointed attacks.
Former President George W. Bush was in the Hoosier state to raise money for U.S. Senate candidate Todd Young.
Chamber Vice President Rob Engstrom says Republican Todd Young voted with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce 91-percent of the time.
The former Republican president will hold the September 12 private event will raise money for Young's campaign for election to U.S. Senate.
Indiana’s race for U.S. Senate between Republican Todd Young and Democrat Evan Bayh is going negative with no end in sight.
Bayh says he’s compelled to return to the Senate leaving in 2010 because of gridlock and divisive partisanship.
Bayh is visiting cities across Indiana before he’s officially nominated Friday as the Democratic candidate.
Out-of-state political groups have spent millions of dollars on campaign advertisements in an attempt to sway the race toward their party.
Although Mourdock's comments have drawn reactions form across the political spectrum, it's unknown if it will affect Indiana's senate race.