Here are some of the headlines from across the state of Indiana regarding Tuesday’s primary…

In a huge upset against two well-established names in Indiana Republican politics, wealthy businessman Mike Braun has won Indiana’s high-stakes GOP Senate primary.  (Indy Star)

Indiana Republicans have watched their Senate primary turn into a street fight. Come Wednesday, they’ll have to unite behind the winner to get ready for fall. (WIBC)

In a campaign that took ugly turns in the final weeks, with super-PACs funneling hundreds of thousands of dollars into negative attack ads, the target of one of the meanest mailers beat six other Republicans to put himself in position to replace U.S. Rep. Todd Rokita in Indiana’s 4th Congressional District.  (Journal and Courier)

Carmel businesswoman Dee Thornton emerged the winner in the Democratic Party primary for U.S. House 5th District to oppose incumbent Republican Susan Brooks in November.  (Herald Bulletin)

Five hours before polls closed Tuesday, Courtney Tritch seemed sure she would capture the Democratic nomination for a U.S. House seat representing northeast Indiana.  (Journal Gazette)

Greg Pence was a step closer to achieving his goal of following in his little brother’s footsteps Tuesday.  (Star Press)

Months of furious campaigning by a determined foe hardly knocked 8th District Rep. Larry Bucshon off his stride Tuesday. (Courier Press)

Liz Watson is the projected winner in the Democratic primary for Indiana’s 9th Congressional District.  (WFIU)

 Mike Delph, a divisive Indiana state senator, withstood a competitive Republican primary challenge Tuesday night in District 29, defeating an establishment-backed opponent.  (IBJ)

Joe Zakas — who has the longest tenure of any current state senator — was upset Tuesday night by businesswoman Linda Rogers in the Republican primary election race for Indiana State Senate District 11.  (South Bend Tribune)

For the first time in six years, Wayne County will have a new state representative by the end of 2018.  A changing of the guard for District 56 was assured when three-time incumbent Dick Hamm lost his bid for a fourth term Tuesday in the county’s Republican primary election.  (Pal-Item)

Oscar Martinez appears to have broken away from a pack of seven Democratic challengers in his campaign to keep the Lake County sheriff stars he has been wearing since last fall.  (Times of Northwest Indiana)