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Republicans hold on to competitive Indiana House seat

Republicans hold on to competitive Indiana House seat
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Indiana state Sen. Victoria Spartz (R) is projected to win the race for Indiana’s 5th Congressional District, defeating Democratic candidate Christina Hale.

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Spartz was appointed to her state Senate seat in September 2017 after state Sen. Luke Kenley (R) retired. A caucus of precinct Republican officials appointed her to finish Kenley’s term. She won the GOP primary with 39 percent of the vote against 14 other declared candidates.