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However, with only a mere week before the election, the gloves came off for a more spirited debate this time around. And it wasn't just the candidates drawing all of the attention as the raucous audience caused a stir throughout the debate, causing
Rep. Todd Young and Democratic challenger Shelli Yoder offered voters a clear choice in the 9th Congressional District as they differed Tuesday night on issues including the Affordable Care Act, job creation and national spending. The candidates met
Inc. have worked out the final details for the debate that will take place in Harrison County. Representatives for Congressman Todd Young, a Republican, and his challenger, Democrat Shelli Yoder, both of Bloomington, met Friday with Jo Ann Spieth-
Rep. Todd Young, R-Ind. , and his Democratic opponent, Shelli Yoder, have agreed to debate Oct. 23 at Franklin College. The two candidates also plan to debate in Harrison County, but the date for that event has yet to be determined. Both campaigns
Congressman Todd Young, a Republican, and his challenger, Democrat Shelli Yoder, both of Bloomington, have accepted an offer from O'Bannon Publishing Co. Inc. to host a debate in Harrison County. "We received the news last Wednesday that Congressman
Indiana Democrats saw the makings of two big congressional races at their convention last Saturday with a popular state lawmaker and a high energy professional development director at Indiana University. Those races will be found in the nearby 5th
Written by Filed Under This is one in a series of previews of U.S. congressional district primary races. Until the Indiana General Assembly took a scalpel to the 9th Congressional District, the race for the Ohio River-area seat was a reliable tossup.