IN primary election live results

On Monday, Trump injected himself into the race, urging West Virginians to vote for either Jenkins or Morrisey, tweeting that Blankenship "can't win the General Election in your State ..."

In several Senate primaries in Indiana, West Virginia and Ohio, Republicans are choosing Republican nominees to have a few of the absolute most vulnerable incumbent Senate Democrats within this year's mid term elections.

In Indiana, incumbent Democratic Sen.

The key House battle in OH was in the 12th district, where the regular primary coincided with a special election primary to choose a successor to Representative Pat Tiberi, who resigned previous year. Harris prevailed in a rematch.

Braun ran as an outsider, blasting Reps. Luke Messer, R-Ind., and Todd Rokita, R-Ind., as indistinguishable career politicians. Businessman and former state representative Mike Braun expressed a similar concern.

Braun will now go on to face Sen.

Morrisey will face incumbent Democrat Joe Manchin in November. Joe Donnelly in November in what is expected to be one of the country's most competitive Senate contests.

Another race of note was the Democratic primary to unseat Republican Trey Hollingsworth.

Cordray will face Mike DeWine, a former U.S. senator and the state's current attorney general.

An Ohio state senator won the Republican primary to succeed retiring Rep.

For instance, OH voters will select the GOP nominee today in the Senate race to challenge incumbent Sherrod Brown, but that appears to be Rep. Jim Renacci's race to lose. Joe Donnelly in the November 6 general election. Yet leaders' concerns about the Blankenship's chances appeared unfounded as ballots were counted. As the Associated Press recently reported, Braun's company buys many foreign products and he's been accused of treating his workers poorly.

The Senate race is attracting national attention. His own business regularly does business with manufacturers in China. "Everywhere we go my message is the same, I am who I say I am, I'm a pro-life, pro-Second Amendment conservative who supports President Trump", Messer said.

With that said, the Republican field is quite messy.

Braun was elected for the Indiana State House as a Republican in 2014.

The Center for Responsive Politics is a non-profit, nonpartisan research group based in Washington, D.C., says Braun has outspent his opponents by nearly double with $5,841,425.

"We just started from so far behind with the hangover of the explosion we couldn't make it up", Blankenship said late Tuesday, noting that the probation stemming from his prison term would formally end in a matter of minutes. "I've been focused on my job and what I'm trying to do and I know there was a lot of back and forth on the other side but I think it's a lot more important what you're going to do on healthcare then how you voted eight years ago". Amongst different Republicans now working to take over that seat is Greg Pence, the vp's older brother, who has by no means run for workplace earlier than however has stated he holds the identical political views as his youthful brother.

Ohio's Democratic gubernatorial primary was closely watched on Tuesday in case of unexpected signs of strength from Kucinich.

With 98 percent of precincts reporting, Braun claimed 41 percent of the vote.

"As some have said, I am Trumpier than Trump and this morning proves it", he wrote.

Braun said his eager to take on his next opponent.

  • Leroy Wright