Indiana saw several changes to its political roster after the 2012 elections.
Joe Donnelly defeated Richard Mourdock in Tuesday's election, gaining what was once considered safe-Republican Senate seat held by Richard Lugar.
Richard Mourdock and Joe Donnelly made multiple campaign stops Monday in a last push to gain supporters before Tuesday's election.
Days before the General Election, Richard Mourdock is trying to regain voter support after his controversial remarks about rape.
A Howey/DePauw poll is the first since Richard Mourdock said in a debate that if pregnancy resulted from rape, it was what God intended.
Political scientists in the state say strong candidates at the top of a ticket may not influence other elections like they used to.
Steve Inskeep talks with The New Republic's Amy Sullivan, who says liberals are misreading Richard Mourdock, in criticizing his recent comments on abortion.
Although Mourdock's comments have drawn reactions form across the political spectrum, it's unknown if it will affect Indiana's senate race.
Public reaction to Richard Mourdock's comments on rape have varied widely.
Richard Mourdock held a press conference Wednesday to clarify the comments he made in a Senate debate.