Republican Reps. Marlin Stutzman and Todd Young are competing for the GOP spot on the November ballot.
Political analysts question whether the debate will change the minds of undecided voters.
Some states require voter signatures, some charge a filing fee. Indiana only requires signatures, but it lies on the more restrictive side of that spectrum.
The U.S. Chamber – along with its Indiana counterpart – calls Todd Young a “consistent, constructive conservative.”
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The commission voted two to two, meaning Young will remain on the ballot. Its ruling can be appealed in court.
The Indiana Election Commission will hold a Challenge Hearing Friday in which all challenges for state and national seat ballot appearances are on the agenda.
Democrats claim Young doesn’t have the required number of signatures to be on the ballot and Stutzman is joining the challenge.
Senate GOP Leader David Long says if Young’s signature count is short, it would be, in his words, “one of the most colossal mistakes” he’s ever seen.