Mourdock is taking an early lead in the US Senate race.
Senator Richard Lugar is continuing to battle Treasurer Richard Mourdock for the Republican nomination.
Republican Senate candidates Richard Lugar and Richard Mourdock kept it positive Wednesday in their only scheduled debate.
Marion Circuit Judge Louis Rosenberg will decide whether to reinstate Lugar's right to vote from the address of the Wayne Township home he sold in 1977.
Lugar has until April 9th to get a new Indiana address and register to vote.
According to the AG's office, many people do not even know they have unclaimed property.
Mourdock admits his five-term incumbent opponent will have more money for the campaign, but said money is not as important as constituent motivation.
For the first time since he was elected to the Senate, Richard Lugar will face an opponent in the primaries.
The Democratic candidate for treasurer in Indiana is crisscrossing the state touting a plan to change how public money is invested if he's elected.
Pete Buttigieg, a former Rhodes Scholar and energy industry analyst, is running to unseat incumbent Treasurer Richard Mourdock in November.