- Indiana voters send mixed signals in heated campaign season Updated: May-08-16 10:33 am
INDIANAPOLIS - The volatile 2016 campaign season turns toward the November general election with mixed signals from Indiana voters, who showed some rebellious spirit in Tuesday's primary by giving victories to outsiders Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders in the presidential races. But they didn't fully mutiny against establishment candidates, as evidenced by the rejection of a tea party-backed congressman for the GOP Senate nomination.
- Correction: Election-Indiana-Congress story Updated: May-06-16 6:51 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - In a story May 5 about the campaign for Indiana's 9th Congressional District seat, The Associated Press erroneously reported the first name of the Democratic nominee and her current job title. She is Shelli Yoder, not Sherri Yoder, and is a lecturer, not a professor.
- Trump at top of ticket is wild card in Indiana Senate race Updated: May-04-16 4:47 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - The race to be Indiana's next U.S. senator would appear to be Rep. Todd Young's to lose after his resounding victory in the Republican primary Tuesday, but the outcome of his faceoff with Democrat Baron Hill in November is no forgone conclusion.
- The Latest: Stutzman blames loss on negative ad blitz Updated: May-04-16 2:02 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - The Latest on Indiana's primary election (all times local):
- Indiana GOP voters pick between differing styles for Senate Updated: May-03-16 2:55 am
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana Republicans will choose a U.S. Senate nominee on Tuesday from two congressmen who rode a tea party wave to Washington in 2010 but now offer voters a stark style choice of either confrontation or pragmatism.
- Indiana GOP to choose confrontation or pragmatism for Senate Updated: May-02-16 6:14 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana Republicans will choose a U.S. Senate nominee on Tuesday from two congressmen who rode the tea party wave to Washington in 2010 but now offer voters a stark style choice of confrontation or pragmatism.
- Senate candidate paid relative $170K for past campaign work Updated: Apr-30-16 12:49 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - An Indiana Senate candidate who has railed against out-of-control government spending paid his brother-in-law nearly $170,000 to manage the finances of his congressional campaign. The relative worked as a car salesman and actor but had no experience rounding up political donations.
- Stutzman, Young near end of biting GOP Senate campaign Updated: Apr-29-16 2:08 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - The farmer versus the U.S. Marine - those are the wholesome self-portraits the two candidates seeking Indiana's Republican nomination for U.S. Senate have tried their best to paint for voters ahead of Tuesday's primary election.
- Wealthy first-time candidates seek Indiana GOP Congress bids Updated: Apr-26-16 3:03 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - Wealthy first-time candidates are working to elbow their way past crowded fields of experienced officeholders in the Republican primaries for two open Indiana congressional seats.
- Latest: Kasich campaign to give Cruz 'clear path' in Indiana Updated: Apr-25-16 12:33 am
INDIANAPOLIS - The Latest on the campaigning in Indiana ahead of the state's May 3 primary election (all times local):