Indiana voters choose GOP U.S. Senate nominee in hotly contested 3-way race

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May 2018: The race for Senate brought many interesting headlines in 2018, with a contentious Republican primary that initially seemed to have the Trump and Pence camps picking different sides. Ultimately, outsider candidate Mike Braun would win the GOP primary, setting up a matchup with Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-IN) in the fall.

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Today’s the day Indiana voters cast their ballots, and in just a few hours we’ll know the next Republican to take on Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly in November.

It’s a three-way race for the Republican U.S. Senate seat nomination, and Indiana is actually receiving a lot of attention for the hotly contested primary.

Two sitting congressmen — Todd Rokita and Luke Messer — and former state lawmaker Mike Braun are on the ballot.

Learn more about each candidate by clicking in the window above and picking from a list of questions to hear what they say about some of the biggest issues. Most interviews were conducted in early April, with some additional interviews from our recent archives.

Trump has not endorsed in the primary, so his supporters are found in different camps.

Polls will remain open until 6 p.m. tonight. Here’s everything you need to know before going to your voting location.

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