Indiana sends nine representatives to the U.S. House of Representatives in Washington, D.C. – and all are up for election on Nov. 8, along with the rest of the 435-member chamber.
Just one race is expected to be competitive: Indiana’s First Congressional District, which a Republican could represent for the first time in 94 years. Incumbents are running again in that race and six others, while the Second and Ninth Districts will soon have entirely new representation.
The Libertarian Party fielded candidates in four of the nine races, a continued uptick in the party’s attempt to gain relevance in statewide elections.
Read about all the races below or select a specific race here:
First Congressional District
Voters in this traditionally Democratic…