Democrats Are Sensing an Opening in Indiana

Oct 10, 2012

Not that long ago, the U.S. Senate race in Indiana was one Republicans counted on as an easy victory this November. But the calculations have shifted rapidly in the past month, with Democrats now believing they have a real chance to switch the seat from red to blue.

NPR has this story about the tightening race between Republican Richard Mourdouck and Democrat Joe Donnelly.