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Indiana's nine congressional districts



Evan Bayh (D)

50px Richard G. Lugar (R)


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In the 110th Congress, Indiana had 5 Democrats and 4 Republicans in the U.S. House and 1 Republican and 1 Democratic senator. In the 2008 elections, Indiana elected 5 Democrats and 4 Republicans to the U.S. House, and continues to have 1 Democratic and 1 Republican senator. (See results)



Senate Neither senate seat is up for election in 2008.

No challengers yet

1st district Incumbent: Peter Visclosky (D) won re-election.
50px Mark Leyva (R)
2nd district Incumbent: Joe Donnelly (D) won re-election.
50px Luke Puckett (R)
3rd district Incumbent: Mark Souder (R) won re-election.
50px Michael Montagano (D)
4th district Incumbent: Stephen Buyer (R) won re-election.
50px Nels Ackerson (D)
5th district Incumbent: Dan Burton (R) won re-election.
50px Mary Ruley (D)
6th district Incumbent: Mike Pence (R) won re-election.
50px Barry Welsh (D)
7th district Incumbent: Andre Carson (D) won a special election on March 11, 2008 after Rep. Julia Carson died on December 15, 2007. He won re-election in Nov. 2008.
50px Jonathan Elrod (R)
50px Sean Shepard (Libertarian)
8th district Incumbent: Brad Ellsworth (D) won re-election.
50px Greg Goode (R)
9th district Incumbent: Baron Hill (D) won re-election.
50px Eric Schansberg (L)
50px Mike Sodrel (R)



Peter Visclosky (D-1st district)

50px Joe Donnelly (D-2nd district)
50px Mark Souder (R-3rd district)
50px Steve Buyer (R-4th district)
50px Danny Burton (R-5th district)
50px Mike Pence (R-6th district)
50px Julia Carson (D-7th district)
50px Brad Ellsworth (D-8th district)
50px Baron Hill (D-9th district)

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