Seven Hoosiers running for Congress are all concerned about the nation’s spending but have different ideas for how to control it.
Next month, voters will choose one Democratic candidate and one Republican candidate, who will square off in the November election to represent Indiana’s 9th District in the House of Representatives. That seat, which is up for election every two years, represents Johnson County and counties south to the Ohio River. Bloomington, Seymour and Clarksville are part of the district.
Democratic voters will have four candidates to choose from in the primary, while Republican voters will have three. Here are their takes on the most significant issues facing the nation and the district.