Braun touted his company’s high wages while claiming his pay wasn’t much more than his average worker. But it is -- a lot more.
Republican Senate candidate Mike Braun touted his private-sector record of keeping health-insurance rates “affordable” for employees during a televised debate Monday, days after it was reported that his workers and their families have to pay thousands of dollars before their benefits kick in.
Mike Braun is running for a Senate seat on the back of his decades-long business career, earning the endorsement of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce -- touting his record in the private sector -- on Tuesday.
Mike Braun is campaigning for the Senate as a made-in-America businessman, but he owns and profits from a home-decorating store that sells pricey knickknacks made in China.