INDIANAPOLIS — Incumbent Senator Todd Young (R) has been reelected as Indiana senator for another six-year term, according to ABC News.
Sen. Young won the election to serve a second term as senator. He was first elected in 2016 to fill the seat vacated by a retiring Dan Coats.
Young was contested by Democrat Thomas McDermott and Libertarian James Sceniak.
"I am going to work tirelessly over the next six years to live up to your expectations," Young said to supporters Tuesday night. "We'll take the rest of the night to celebrate, but soon, very soon the hard work begins."