Republican U.S. Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham are appealing to supporters of outgoing Senator Richard Lugar saying control of the chamber is in their hands.
Graham and McCain were in Indianapolis today showing their support for candidate Richard Mourdock. The two said control of the U.S. Senate could come down to Indiana and they need Mourdock for the GOP to have control of the chamber.
Graham attacked Democrat Joe Donnelly and earlier comments he made regarding whether he would vote for Harry Reid as majority leader.
On the Presidential debate, McCain gave the President high marks for style in his debate, but took aim at his substance.
You can hear the comments from all three men below. Part one concerns the Lugar Republicans, part two, the debate and Libya.
Leon-Tailored Audio: McCain, Graham & Mourdock - 2 (12 minutes)