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ENG: Joseph Simon "Joe" Donnelly, Sr. (born September 29, 1955) is the junior United States Senator from Indiana and a member of the Democratic Party. Born in Massapequa, New York, Donnelly graduated from The University of Notre Dame. From 1997 to 2001, he was a member of the Mishawaka Marian School Board, serving as the board's President from 2000 to 2001. In 2004, he ran for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, losing to Republican Chris Chocola. In 2006, he ran for the same seat, this time defeating incumbent Chocola. Donnelly represented Indiana's 2nd congressional district from 2007 to 2013. In May 2011, Donnelly announced his intentions to run for the U.S. Senate, winning his party's nomination one year later in an uncontested primary. He faced Indiana State Treasurer ...
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Donnelly Calls for Supercommittee to Work on Job Creation


Congressman Joe Donnelly wrote a letter to members of the supercommittee asking them to address our country's complicated job crisis without adding to the deficit. "Too many families in Indiana and across the country are struggling to put food on the table and pay their bills each month because mom, dad, or both can't find work," said Donnelly. "I cannot think of a more pressing issue than the economic future of our country, and I decided the best way to get results was to encourage this bipartisan group of lawmakers to generate a plan that would get Americans back to work and protect the ...


Donnelly: Take action to curb chinese currency manipulation


Congressman Joe Donnelly sent a letter to Speaker John Boehner and Majority Leader Eric Cantor asking for a vote on Senate-passed, bipartisan legislation that would counteract the Chinese government’s refusal to fairly value their currency. “My question for those who continue to stand in the way of responding to China’s currency manipulation is: what else do you need to hear before you finally stand up for American businesses and workers?” asked Donnelly. “I have been a longtime advocate of leveling the playing field for Hoosier businesses, and making sure ...


Donnelly Highlights Services His Office Provide for Veterans


Congressman Joe Donnelly discussed the services his office can provide for veterans at the Studebaker National Museum in South Bend. “We owe our veterans a debt of gratitude for their service to our country,” said Donnelly. “They put their lives on the line to defend our freedom, and there is no way we can truly thank them enough for that. I’m pleased my office has been able to work with many constituents to solve veterans-related problems, and I hope that others will contact us if we can help.”Three constituents who have worked with Congressman Donnelly’s ...


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NEW DONNELLY AD: Mourdock’s Troubling Pattern of Extreme Positions
Indianapolis, Ind.--Today, Joe Donnelly’s campaign for U.S. Senate unveiled its latest ad displaying Richard Mourdock’s troubling pattern of extreme opinions. “Not only has Richard Mourdock said he wants to ‘inflict’ his opinions on us, he has shown a troubling pattern of extreme positions that are out of touch with Hoosier middle class families,” said Elizabeth Shappell, communications director.  “He has questioned the constitutionality of Social Security and Medicare, he said pregnancies resulting from rape are something God intended, and claimed he didn’t take a pledge to support every job in Indiana.  Hoosiers deserve a common sense, middle-of-the-road leader like Joe Donnelly, not an extremist like Richard Mourdock.”Watch the new ad here. Script Citation Narrator: He says he wants to...Mourdock: ...to inflict my opinion on someone else. Richard Mourdock says the “highlight” of polit
Senator Manchin: “Joe Gets It.”
Indianapolis, Ind.--Today, Joe Donnelly’s campaign for U.S. Senate unveiled a web video from Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia outlining why we need leaders like Joe in the U.S. Senate.“Joe gets it,” Senator Manchin says in the video.  “And I’m asking each one of you to go out and support Joe Donnelly.  At the end of the day, I know Joe’s the right person because Joe will make a vote based on what’s best for his country and not taking in consideration his political party, affiliation, or his own political interests--but what’s best for this country.  That’s the type of people we need in Washington.  That’s why we need Joe Donnelly in the United States Senate.” Watch the video here. ###
"Disastrous...for the state"
Newspapers across Indiana on Richard Mourdock’s my way or the highway approach to politics.  “It was clear even before the latest controversy that Donnelly was better prepared.”  Indianapolis Star. “Extremist” says the Courier Journal Mourdock calls Medicare and social security unconstitutional. “Disastrous… for the state” says the  Indianapolis Star.  On jobs, Mourdock says he “didn't take a pledge that I would support every job in Indiana.” “Mourdock has repeatedly opposed working with the other political side” says the Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette. For eliminating the Department of Education, deep cuts to veterans.  “Troubling and strictly partisan” says the Lafayette Journal and Courier. More gridlock, more partisanship, more confrontation. Indiana can do better.  
Donnelly Visits Senior Community, Discusses Support for Social Security and Medicare
Indianapolis, Ind.--Joe Donnelly, candidate for U.S. Senate, visited Park Regency Senior Community this morning to participate in a meet and greet with residents.  Donnelly discussed his support for Social Security and Medicare as compared to Richard Mourdock, who questioned the constitutionality of both programs and supports turning Medicare into a voucher system.“We must protect Social Security and Medicare for future generations,” said Donnelly.  “My opponent has not only questioned the constitutionality of these programs so important to Hoosier seniors--he has also supported turning Medicare into a voucher program, increasing out-of-pocket costs by over $6,000 per year, per senior.  Further, he would gamble with seniors’ Social Security benefits by privatizing the program.  Many seniors who rely on these programs for benefits and health care cannot afford what Mr. Mourdock has proposed.”BACKGROUND Mourdock challenged the constitut



 
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