Here are some news headlines you might have missed…

In the race for the state’s open Senate seat, Republican Todd Young raised more money than his opponent in the 3rd Quarter, but Democrat Evan Bayh has more cash on hand.  (TheStatehouseFile.Com)

GOP vice presidential candidate Mike Pence sought Wednesday to rally Christian conservatives to help elect Donald Trump, saying in a speech at Liberty University “there’s no place for believers on the sidelines at a time like this.”  (Indy Star)

Democrat Glenda Ritz and Republican Jennifer McCormick will debate at noon Monday, Oct. 17 in the Classic Ballroom in the Walb Student Union on the campus of IPFW.  (WISH-TV)

Wednesday marked the kickoff of early voting in the Hoosier state and many Indianapolis residents made sure to cast their vote.  (RTV 6)

Eastside voters will choose from two names that may be unfamiliar when they vote for Indianapolis Public Schools Board this November. But one candidate is a political insider with experience in city government, while the other is a newcomer to politics.  (Chalkbeat Indiana)

The two candidates for Indiana House District 77 in Southern Indiana ran the gamut on several issues during their one and only debate Tuesday night — and often ended in agreement. (Evansville Courier Press)