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Indiana's U.S. Senate race is a perfect example of two Catholics who are not equally Catholic in practice. Featured above on the right is former state Rep. Mike Braun, a pro-life voting Catholic, and on the left is incumbent Democrat Sen. Joe Donnelly Sr., whose pro-abortion voting record contradicts his Catholic identity.
As President Donald Trump's judicial nomination for the U.S. Supreme Court takes center stage, and with it, the possibility for overturning Roe v. Wade looms ever larger, the need for electing authentically pro-life senators to confirm his nomination becomes increasingly important.
Even though Sen. Donnelly is labeled a moderate or conservative Democrat, his voting record on pro-life issues has earned him low ratings from pro-family policy groups. Eagle Forum, founded by Catholic conservative Phyllis Schlafly, gives him a 19 percent positive rating. The American Family Association ranks him lower, at zero percent.
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