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Key contests in the 2024 Indiana Primary Election

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With the Indiana Primary Election around the corner on May 7, the Indianapolis Recorder has composed a quick rundown of the who’s who on the ballot in 2024.

Race for Indiana Governor

Six Republican candidates aim to succeed the outgoing Governor of Indiana Eric Holcomb. They are as follows:

Mike Braun, the current junior U.S. Senator from Indiana

Suzanne Crouch, the current Lieutenant Governor of Indiana

Brad Chambers, former Secretary of Commerce

Eric Doden, Fort Wayne entrepreneur and businessman

Curtis Hill, former Indiana Attorney General

Jamie Reitenour, political newcomer

Democratic candidates

Jennifer McCormick, the former state schools superintendent, is the presumptive Democratic nominee for governor as the only Democrat on the ballot.

Independent candidates:

Donald Rainwater, the Libertarian candidate who earned approximately 11.4% of the vote in the 2020 gubernatorial election, is also back on the ballot this year.

Close Up View on an Anonymous Person Filling Out a Ballot in a Voting Booth on the Day of National Elections in the United States of America. Man or Woman Choosing to Vote for Democratic Party (Photo/Getty Images)
Close Up View on an Anonymous Person Filling Out a Ballot in a Voting Booth on the Day of National Elections in the United States of America. Man or Woman Choosing to Vote for Democratic Party (Photo/Getty Images)

U.S. Senate Election

Voters in Indiana will elect one member to the U.S. Senate in the general election on November 5, 2024. The primary for this seat is also on May 7.

U.S. House of Representatives Elections

  • On November 5, 2024, voters will elect nine candidates to serve in the U.S. House from each of Indiana’s nine U.S. House districts. The primary for these elections is also on May 7.

Additional Information on the Indiana Primary

Those looking to see a ‘virtual ballot’ that can be tailored to their district can visit https://indianacitizen.org/virtual-ballot.

Vote centers are open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Election Day on May 7. For more information, visit vote.indy.gov.

For more news concerning the 2024 Indiana Primary Election, visit our website at Indianapolisrecorder.com.

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