Here’s a summary of last night’s election results.

Noblesville State Senator Victoria Spartz and former lieutenant governor nominee Christina Hale will face off in November in what’s sure to be Indiana’s most closely watched congressional race.  (WIBC)

The handpicked successor to retiring U.S. Rep. Pete Visclosky, D-Gary, is poised to follow his mentor as Northwest Indiana’s representative in Congress.  North Township Trustee Frank J. Mrvan appears to have prevailed in Tuesday’s 14-candidate contest to succeed Indiana’s longest-serving congressman as the Region’s Democratic nominee for U.S. House.  (Times of Northwest Indiana)

Three incumbents were leading late Tuesday night in Allen County Statehouse races with thousands more mail-in votes to be counted today.  (Journal Gazette)

Chris Jeter, founding partner of Massillamany Jeter & Carson LLP, has defeated former Fishers Deputy Mayor Leah McGrath in the Republican primary for Indiana House District 88.  (IBJ)

The slate is set for the Nov. 3 general election for Vigo County Commissioners(Tribune Star)

Vanderburgh County Council At-Large incumbents Joe Kiefer and Angela Koehler Lindsey finished first and second in Tuesday’s Republican primary, advancing to the Nov. 3 general election along with newcomer Jill Hahn, who came in third.  (Courier Press)

At least it wasn’t raining Tuesday morning as a line of voters — most wearing masks — snaked outside John Young Middle School in Mishawaka, waiting to get inside and cast their ballot in the primary election.  (South Bend Tribune)

Voters across Indiana saw long lines, social distancing and new cleaning precautions in the state’s first election held in the COVID-19 era Tuesday.  (The Statehouse File)