Mel Hall hopes to unseat Jackie Walorski in general election
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Six democrats were on the ballot in the hopes of taking on republican candidate Jackie Walorski in November but only one could win.
As of Wednesday morning, 93 percent of the precincts reported their counts for the Indiana 2nd Congressional District race.
Mel Hall was leading with 47 percent of the vote, followed by Pat Hackett, then Yatish Joshi, Douglas Carpenter, John Petroff, and Ronal Leech.
The projected winner claimed his victory Tuesday night and will face Walorski in the general election. He joined us in the ABC57 Studio to talk about what’s to come.