Supporters of U.S. Senate candidate say focus should be on issues, leadership


Lunchtime chat: David Renn (right) and Eugene Strubble talk with Richard Mourdock, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, Monday during his stop at Carol's Cornerstone Caf

GREENFIELD — Republican Richard Mourdock walked away from last week’s debate for U.S. Senate with confidence, not realizing his words over abortion in the case of rape would turn into such a firestorm.

“When I walked off the stage, I expected to walk into the green room and get high-fives,” said Mourdock at a campaign stop in Greenfield Monday. “I had no idea the statement… would go the direction it took.”

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