Indiana's primary was notable for its domino effect, which went something like this:
1. A sitting senator decides to retire.
2. Two sitting congressmen run to replace him.
3. Those two seats need filling, sparking hotly-contested races in the northeast and south-central parts of the state.
Young Wins Senate Contest
Representative Todd Young (R-9th) Tuesday easily defeated fellow U.S. House member Marlin Stutzman (R-3rd) to secure the Republican nomination for Indiana’s open U.S. Senate seat.