CROWN POINT, Ind.
(AP) - Northwestern Indiana voters will have a familiar-looking race for
Congress in the November election.
Pete Visclosky and Republican Mark Leyva of Highland were both unopposed for
their party nominations in Tuesday’s primary.
seeking his 16th term representing the heavily Democratic 1st Congressional
District. He’s faced Leyva in five elections since 2002. Visclosky has won
handily each time, including with about 60 percent of the vote in the 2010
currently Indiana’s longest-serving congressman.