US Senate candidates spend Election Day campaigning
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The three-way rivalry in the primary of Indiana’s Republican Senate race is quickly approaching a resolution.
ABC 57’s Political reporter Taurean Small attended Todd Rokita’s election night party in the state’s capitol Tuesday.
According to Rokita’s team, he made stops at polling sites throughout Election Day.
“Voters are coming home to the guy that they trust and that’s so important in this race.” Rokita said.
Over the course of the campaign, Rokita reiterated his support of the president. He spread his support over coffee and conversations with his constituents in South Bend.
Luke Messer talked politics over pizza with his supporters, and he used the final days on the trail to talk about the race.
“I am who I say I am. I’m a pro-life, pro-second amendment conservative who supports President Trump.” Messar said.
Mike Braun is the third candidate battling for the US Senate title.
Braun took a different approach to his campaign. He knocked on neighbor’s doors before the polls closed.
“I’m a believer that if you’re happy with the last couple three decades, either one of those guys would be a good choice. If you’re fed up with that, there’s only one clear choice in this race.” Braun campaigned.
Rokita and Messer watched the results in Indianapolis and Braun watched about 30 minutes north in Whitestown.