Indiana’s second congressional district is regularly one of the most competitive in the nation. For the past eight years, Democratic Rep. Joe Donnelly has held off his Republican challengers. But Donnelly is running for U.S. Senate and Republicans see their best chance to win the seat in years. Former state lawmaker Jackie Walorski is the GOP nominee. She says Indiana has proved that strong leadership can set the stage for strong economic growth by keeping taxes low and government regulations out of the way. Walorski says the same approach can work for our national economy. She vows never to vote in favor of a debt ceiling increase because she says efforts to slow or freeze debt never work because the inertia is too great. Walorski also wants a repeal of the Obama health plan to be the first bill introduced if Republicans gain power in November. That’s because Walorski says Obamacare is the greatest job killer facing businesses and taxes in items like medical devices are needlessly destroying great companies and lucrative careers. Walorski says her Democratic opponent, Brendan Mullen, is nothing more than a plant by national Democrats to hold the seat. She also says Mullen is a staunch supporter of the Obama health plan.