The race for Indiana’s 9th congressional district is in its final stretch as candidates air last minute ads and make as many public appearances as possible.
The state's largest congressional district is the subject of debate for three men touting their beliefs on fiscal responsibility and stimulus spending.
Candidates in Indiana’s 9th District Congressional race sparred over Social Security and tax hikes during their final debate Monday evening.
The three candidates for Indiana's Ninth Congressional Seat debated the issues Monday night.
Representatives from Baron Hill's campaign say they are in the process of deciding whether to accept Todd Young's offer to hold as many as seven debates.
There are two other men running insurgent campaigns in Indiana's 9th congressional district who are not backed by the Republican or Democratic party.
United States Vice President Joe Biden will be in Indiana later this month campaigning for Congressman Baron Hill, who faces a reelection challenge from Republican Todd Young.
Republican Todd Young will face off against Baron Hill in Indiana’s 9th congressional district in November, after winning Tuesday’s Republican primary.
The race for Indiana's 9th District seat could be a repeat of the four most recent elections, or, feature a GOP challenger new to the district-wide scene.
8th District Congressman Brad Ellsworth announced in an e-mail Friday that he plans to run for the U-S Senate seat soon to be vacated by Evan Bayh.