Here’s a rundown of the primary election results from across Indiana.


Frustrated Indiana conservatives fell short in several primary races Tuesday in their drive to push the Republican-controlled state Legislature further to the right and saw one of their movement’s leaders lose his reelection bid.  (AP Indiana)

Two incumbents failed to advance out of the May 3 Republican primary in Hamilton County, with former talk show host Greg Garrison defeating D. Lee Buckingham in the race for prosecuting attorney and Mark F. Hall defeating Steve Schwartz in the race for County Council District 3.  (The Current)

Erin Houchin was declared the winner of the Republican primary for the 9th District U.S. House seat late Tuesday evening.  (News and Tribune)

Indianapolis Public Schools principal Andrea Hunley declared victory in the crowded field of Democrats in the Senate District 46 race Tuesday evening.  (Indy Star)

 Voters spoke their minds in Tuesday’s primary, and the result was a resounding rejection of the Vigo County School Corp.’s $261 million high school facilities referendum.  (Tribune Star)

Here’s the list of Congressional candidates that will face off this fall.  (WIBC)

 Northwest Indiana is poised to have its first competitive congressional election in decades.  (Times of Northwest Indiana)

It was a tight race in Kosciusko County to decide who would be the Republican Nominee for Sheriff.  (WSBT)

 Incumbent Rep. Bruce Borders (R-Jasonville) will be the Republican nominee in the race for House District 45. Borders has 53 percent of votes with 100 percent of precincts reporting. His opponent, fellow Rep. Jeff Ellington (R-Bloomfield), collected 47 percent of votes.  (WFIU)

Incumbent Peggy Mayfield will again represent Indiana House District 60 in November’s general election.  (Daily Journal)