Follow WFIU/WTIU’s 2012 Election Reporters

WFIU/WTIU's reporters are being placed around the state Tuesday night. Follow their reports on our website and on Twitter.

       Reporter                                                        Twitter

Indiana Democratic Party (Marriott Hotel, Indianapolis):
Jimmy Jenkins                                                    @newsjunkyjimmy
Sehvilla Mann                                                     @Sehvilla

Indiana Republican Party (Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis):
Brandon Smith                                                   @brandonjsmith5
Dan Goldblatt                                                     @btowndan
Kody Gilliland                                                    @KodyGilliland

U.S. Senate- Mourdock/Lugar (Indianapolis):
Sonari Glinton, NPR Correspondant                     @NPRSonari

State Superintendent- Tony Bennett/Glenda Ritz (Indianapolis):
Elle Moxley, StateImpact Indiana                        @ellemoxley
Kyle Stokes, StateImpact Indiana                       @kystokes

9th Congressional District- Todd Young (KRC Catering, Bloomington):
Julie Rawe                                                        @juliemarierawe

9th Congressional District- Shelli Yoder (Monroe County Dem Headquarters):
Amanda Solliday                                               @AjSolliday

60th Indiana House District- Peggy Mayfield (Morgan County Shrine Club:
Roshni Verghese                                              @roshnisusana
Will Wamathai

60th Indiana House DistrictPeggy Welch (Welch Headquarters, Martinsville):
Shameka Neely                                                @ShamekaYNeely
Michael DiBiase

Monroe County Elections (Justice Building, Bloomington):
Kyle Clayton                                                     @WFIUkclayton

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