2018 Election Live Results


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On this Page: U.S. Senate, U.S. Representative (9 congressional districts)

Results Expected: After 6:00 PM Eastern Time for Districts 2 through 6, 7 and 9. After 7:00 PM for U.S. Senate, Districts 1 and 8. Some results for Senate are expected during the 6:00 PM hour, but no race calls will occur before 7:00 PM, when the final polling places close.

U.S. Senate

Incumbent Sen. Joe Donnelly (D) is seeking a 2nd term in a state Donald Trump won by nearly 20% in 2016. This is a competitive race; check the polling average heading into Election Day. 2022: Sen. Todd Young (R, 1st term)


Next election is 2020. Gov. Eric Holcomb (R, 1st term) is the incumbent.

U.S. House

9 Congressional Districts: 7 Republicans | 2 Democrats

Races to Watch: 2nd, 9th
Results for these two should begin to come in during the 6:00 PM (Eastern Time) hour and will be one of the earliest indications of what kind of night it will be for Democrats, at least in the Midwest. Donald Trump won both these districts by 20 points or more in 2016; a close result or an upset in one or both may portend a difficult night for the GOP.

The other seven districts look safe for the incumbent party, including safely red IN-04 and IN-06 where Rep. Todd Rokita and Rep. Luke Messer ran for U.S. Senate. They were both defeated in the Republican primary.