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Chocola Wins Key Indiana 2nd Race For GOP
Republican businessman Chris Chocola defeated former Democratic Rep. Jill Long Thompson in Indiana's 2nd District, wresting from the Democrats a politically competitive open seat they had identified as crucial to their strategy to winning back the House.

Ind. Election News
Democrats Aim to Keep Indiana 9 Hill Country (Congressional Quarterly, Oct. 9, 2002; 4:35 PM)

GOP Mounts Challenge for Indianapolis Seat (Congressional Quarterly, July 18, 2002; 6:05 PM)

Democrats Challenge Pence in Remapped Ind. 6th (Congressional Quarterly, July 9, 2002; 5:20 PM)

Buyer Tops Kerns in Western Indiana Incumbent Fray (Congressional Quarterly, May 8, 2002)

Souder Faces Late Charge in Ind. Primary (Congressional Quarterly, May 1, 2002; 6:13 PM)


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