Businessman and former state Rep. Mike Braun, Rep. Luke Messer, and Rep. Todd Rokita have spent millions of dollars targeting each other with negative advertising, each vying to be the most pro-Trump Republican candidate in the in race.
In southeastern Indiana's 6th District, meanwhile, Greg Pence - the brother of Vice President Mike Pence - won the primary for Messer's seat and now is the heavy favorite to win in the overwhelmingly Republican district.
The winners of Republican Senate primaries in West Virginia, Indiana and OH prevailed in multimillion-dollar contests to prove themselves the most willing to take on the Washington elite.
Braun added, "From the beginning, our message has been pretty simple - we need more outsiders and less career politicians in Washington". And he says most of the benefits will go to the wealthy.
Braun, a businessman and former state representative, touted his business experience and claimed his two opponents were cardboard cutouts of each other.
Blankenship has also spent a significant amount of money on campaign ads and has invaded West Virginia's airwaves. Watson, an attorney from Bloomington came away with the nomination.
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The leader has also congratulated Lebanese people "for having expressed ir vote in democratic elections". President Donald Trump is due to decide whether to keep the United States in the Iranian nuclear accord.
The Republican primary race was mostly defined by personal attacks instead of policy differences, as each candidate was anti-abortion, pro-gun rights and pro-Trump.
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In Ohio, businessman Mike Gibbons is squaring off against US Representative Jim Renacci to see who will challenge Democratic Senator Sherrod Brown in November.
He'll take on Sen. Joe Donnelly in the November 6 general election.
The race was called two hours after the polls closed at 7 p.m. While Braun has said he is a "lifelong conservative", he has voted in Democratic primaries and CNN reported that Braun was listed in RNC voter data as a "hard Democrat" until at least 2012.
Braun has already said he'll "flush out" Donnelly for his votes on health care and the Republican tax cut.
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The West Virginia Senate race is thought to be a toss up in the mid term elections, even as Republicans expect to unseat incumbent Joe Manchin, a Democrat who won the seat in a 2010 exclusive election.
As for Mike Braun, the darkish horse candidate of Indiana's main, this race has been all about drawing a distinction between himself and his opponents by highlighting his historical past as a enterprise proprietor relatively than a politician.
Also in Ohio, Republicans have grown increasingly concerned about the primary for the open House seat outside Columbus, which was vacated by a moderate Republican who left for the private sector. Richard Cordray, who served as first director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau under former President Obama, won the Democratic nomination, beating back former Rep. Dennis Kucinich.
As expected, Rep. James Renacci won the Republican primary for the U.S. Senate in OH and will challenge incumbent Sen. The suburban Charlotte district has been considered competitive in a general election and Democratic nominee Dan McCready has been a fundraising juggernaut who had $1.3m cash on hand at the end of the last reporting period.
All three candidates are running in races that national Republicans feel can yield Senate pickups.
Republican leaders are nervously watching the West Virginia primary where former coal executive Don Blankenship has centered his candidacy around attacking Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
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