Voters went to the polls across Indiana to choose their candidates for municipal office.

Indy Politics and WIBC spoke with Central Indiana Mayoral nominees Joe Hogsett, Jim Merritt, Jim Brainard, Scott Fadness and Chris Jensen about their respective races and what their plans are moving forward.

You can hear them in the audio segments above.

In addition, here are some of the other headlines from Tuesday’s primary…

Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett and Republican state Sen. Jim Merritt both claimed victory Tuesday night in the city’s primary election, likely formalizing an already-brewing fall fight for City Hall.  (Indy Star)

Incumbent Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard held off a challenge from Hamilton County Councilor Fred Glynn in a race that’s been one of the most publicized in central Indiana. (IBJ)

With all 46 precincts in Tuesday night, Terry Whitt Bailey won the Democrats’ five-person race for the Muncie mayoral nomination with 1,791 votes.  (Star Press)

All but one incumbent on Bloomington’s city council faced primary challengers Tuesday, but only five prevailed.  (Indiana Public Media)

James Mueller, the hand-picked choice of Pete Buttigieg, beat out a large field of candidates to claim the Democratic primary in the race for South Bend mayor.  (South Bend Tribune)

Tim Smith led Tuesday night in the three-way race for the Republican nomination for Fort Wayne mayor.  (Journal Gazette)

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