The Indiana primary has put Donald Trump on a clear path to the Republican nomination and sent Ted Cruz on the road to suspend his campaign.

Trump won Indiana with more than 53 percent of the vote with 93 percent of the precincts reporting.  Meanwhile, Cruz got just under 37 percent and John Kasich came in at 7.5 percent.

Indy Politics spoke with Trump campaign vice-chair Tony Samuels just before Cruz had conceded.  You can hear that Leon-Tailored Audio here.

Meanwhile, Bernie Sanders beat Hillary Clinton 52-47 with 93 percent of the precints reporting.

Also winning tonight, Todd Young beat Marlin Stutzman 67-33 percent to be the nomination for the U.S. Senate.

Jim Banks and Trey Hollingsworth won their respective races in the 3rd and 9th Congressional Districts.

State Senators David Long and Luke Kenley beat back far right challenges, however fellow Senator Pete Miller lost to challenger John Crane.

Also losing tonight, was State Representative Casey Cox lost to challenger Dave Heine is House District 85.