Who Won Indiana Elections in 2006?
Incumbent Republican Senator from Indiana Richard Lugar (pictured) easily won re-election in 2006, defeating Libertarian candidate Steve Osborn with 87% of the vote.
In Indiana Congressional elections, three incumbent Republicans were defeated by Democratic challengers. Joe Donnelly defeated Chris Chocola in the 2nd District, Brad Ellsworth defeated John Hostettler in the 8th District, and Baron Hill won over Mike Sodrel in the 9th District of Indiana.
|1st District||Peter Visclosky||DEM||Incumbent||69.6%|
|2nd District||Joe Donnelly||DEM||54.0%|
|3rd District||Mark Souder||REP||Incumbent||54.3%|
|4th District||Steve Buyer||REP||Incumbent||62.4%|
|5th District||Dan Burton||REP||Incumbent||65.0%|
|6th District||Mike Pence||REP||Incumbent||60.0%|
|7th District||Julia Carson||DEM||Incumbent||53.8%|
|8th District||Brad Ellsworth||DEM||61.0%|
|9th District||Baron Hill||DEM||50.0%|