✓ Projected winner
51-year-old John Bradley “Brad” Ellsworth is a two-term congressman for district 8. Ellsworth is seeking the seat of Evan Bayh who announced he would be retiring this year.
Coats is a former Indiana representative and senator. He was the U.S. ambassador to Germany from 2001 through 2005, and then a lobbyist for a D.C. law firm. He wants to reduce government spending and lower taxes.
Dan Coats delivered his victory speech moments ago in Indianapolis.
Republican Dan Coats is heading back to Washington.
The candidates hoping to win Indiana’s open U.S. Senate seat appeared together Thursday for one of the last times before next week’s election.
The Senate's trio of debates concluded with a joint appearance by all three candidates in Vincennes.
The second of three debates was held at Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne.
The candidates running for Indiana’s open U.S. Senate seat will meet again Friday for their second major debate.
Brad Ellsworth told students in Muncie Tuesday that his generation was about to hand the world to their generation… but they had to be ready to accept it.
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Dan Coats discussed Social Security during a lunch-time address to the Evansville Rotary Club Tuesday.
The three candidates for U.S. Senate went head to head Monday in the first of three debates before the November 2 election.
Candidates were on the attack with November 2nd only weeks away.