DUBOIS CO., IN (WFIE) - Senate candidate Mike Braun voted Monday morning in Dubois County.
Braun was born and raised in Jasper and he says it has been a long journey to get here.
“It has been a whirlwind. I’ve been doing this for 14 and a half months, 6 days a week, 14 to 18 hours a week so, I feel really good, I think we have done all we can,” said Braun.
Incumbent Senator Joe Donnelly was just in Evansville last Friday. Recent polls have shown that Senator Donnelly may have arguably the toughest road to re-election, as the Republican party looks to boost or keep hold of their 51 to 49 majority in the senate.
“I don’t work for Democrats, and I don’t work for Republicans. I work for Americans. I work for Hoosiers, and my job is just to do what is right for our country," said Senator Donnelly.
Advertisements for and against the 2 candidates have been running on TV’s across the state for months.
“East coast PACs have dumped millions and millions of dollars in here to kind of lie and distort about my hometown and what I’ve done here. Don’t pay attention to it, I know it has some people scratching their heads,” said Braun.
All eyes will be on this race tomorrow as the results come in. Not only will Indiana be watching, but so will the entire country.
“Here’s why it’s so important. Your vote is your voice, and this may be the biggest election of our lifetimes," said Senator Donnelly.
Both President Trump and former President Barack Obama have made stops in Indiana campaigning for the candidates.
14 News will have results Tuesday evening on air and online.