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business committee: As for the president I would never vote for Trump, Donnelly declared, according to Toronto Star. An anti-abortion billboard on a building in Virginia, Minn., in October. Her husband of five years has a green card. JENN ACKERMAN / The New York Times An independent, and co-chair of the local chamber's Women in Business committee, Donnelly, 35, is the kind of educated, affluent suburban woman whom Democrats are counting on to fuel a blue wave in November's elections and sweep away the Republican majority in the House of Representatives. He's definitely on the moderate side, Donnelly said, praising his support for the nuclear family, the police department and the idea that America as a nation is good, and that we can continue to protect the American experiment as it stands. Except that Donnelly plans to vote for Brian Fitzpatrick, the Republican congressman who represents Pennsylvania's closely contested first district, north of Philadelphia. ( As reported in the news.