Here is a preview of what to keep an eye on this week in Indiana politics…
U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is in Indianapolis today helping raise funds for Richard Mourdock.
Meanwhile, Joe Donnelly’s campaign for U.S. Senate released a statement from U.S. Senator Joe Manchin regarding Richard Mourdock’s suggestion that Mourdock could work with Sen. Manchin in the U.S. Senate. Manchin says Donnelly will truly be bi-partisan.
Donnelly and Mourdock will meet Tuesday night in New Albany for their second and final debate. They will be joined by Libertarian Andy Horning.
Mike Pence will join Indiana Speaker of the House Brian Bosma and campaign with State Rep. candidate Peggy Mayfield today in Morgan County.
Pence, Democrat John Gregg and Libertarian Rupert Boneham are scheduled to meet Thursday in Ft. Wayne for their last debate.
Americans for Prosperity is hosting a “roll back of gas prices” event in Ft. Wayne on Wednesday.
Republican Tony Bennett and Democrat Glenda Ritz will meet Friday in Ft. Wayne for their first and only debate. By the way, Bennett just received the endorsement of the Indianapolis Star as well as the Indiana Chamber of Commerce.
7th District Congressional candidates Andre Carson and Carlos May will meet in a debate at 2 p.m. on the Amos Brown show.
9th District Congressman Todd Young has rolled out a new ad touting his efforts to save jobs in Southern Indiana.
Governor Mitch Daniels will hold a photo op on Tuesday in his officeof him getting his flu shot.