Voters decide on GOP incumbent for 9th District




Candidates for Indiana’s 9th District seat in the U.S. Congress had made jobs the centerpiece of their campaigns.

When it came time to go to the polls, voters emphatically supported Republican incumbent Todd Young’s vision of reduced regulation, a revamped tax code and simplified government as the key to creating economic growth throughout Indiana.

Young defeated challenger Democrat Shelli Yoder, securing his second term in the U.S. House of Representatives. After a contentious lead-up to the election that included two vigorous debates, Young’s message resonated with the electorate.

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