Republicans hope to hold off Democratic resurgence in Tuesday's Indiana primaries
The election on May 8 will mark an end to a nasty U.S. Senate Republican primary.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The election Tuesday in Indiana will mark an end to a nasty U.S. Senate primary, where three Republicans vie for a chance to unseat what many consider a vulnerable Democratic incumbent in U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly.
U.S. Representatives Luke Messer and Todd Rokita, and former state Representative Mike Braun all are competing in the GOP Senate primary.
Democrats, meanwhile, have shown reinvigorated signs of life and hope that energy translates into a "blue wave" in November that will help them retake two congressional districts where they've lost control in recent years.
Republicans in the conservative state are trying to continue their dominance in the Legislature and in congressional races, including one in which Greg Pence, brother of Vice President Mike Pence, is the front runner among five Republicans for an open seat.
Polls are open Tuesday from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. (local time). Indiana residents can check their voting status and where to vote on the Indiana Secretary of State website. CLICK HERE.
Kentucky primary elections:
More than 3.3 million Kentuckians are registered to vote in the May 22 primary elections, a net increase of about 62,000 voters since the 2016 general election. More than half of new voters are young people between the ages of 18 and 25.
All six of Kentucky's U.S. House of Representatives seats are on the ballot this year.
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