IN Focus: Young hits airwaves, Delph isn’t running

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Todd Young has hit the airwaves in the race for U.S. Senate.

Young's campaign aired an ad during Wednesday night's Presidential debate, and you can watch a portion of that ad in the video above. The Indiana congressman has raised more money than his Republican opponents, fellow congressman Marlin Stutzman and former party chair Eric Holcomb.

Democrats Baron Hill and John Dickerson are also vying for the seat, currently held by Senator Dan Coats, who is not seeking re-election.

Last week, Republican state senator Mike Delph announced he would not be joining the race for US Senate.

Delph said in a statement Tuesday that the burden of the campaign and the possibility of living in Washington D.C. would be too much for his wife and five daughters.

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