This photo taken Nov. 2, 2012 shows Indiana Democrat Senate candidate Joe Donnelly meeting with supporters at a UAW union hall in Lafayette, Ind. Fresh signs that Democrats could snatch

 

              This photo taken Nov. 2, 2012 shows Indiana Democrat Senate candidate Joe Donnelly meeting with supporters at a UAW union hall in Lafayette, Ind. Fresh signs that Democrats could snatch
This photo taken Nov. 2, 2012 shows Indiana Democrat Senate candidate Joe Donnelly meeting with supporters at a UAW union hall in Lafayette, Ind. Fresh signs that Democrats could snatch Indiana's Senate seat from the Republicans make it distinctly harder for the GOP to seize the Senate majority in Tuesday's election. The latest survey out of Indiana Friday showed Democratic Rep. Joe Donnelly leading Republican Richard Mourdock by 11 percentage points after the GOP candidate's awkward debate comment last week that pregnancy resulting from rape is "something God intended." (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)