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Indiana high court weighs Senate hopeful's challenge to limit on who can seek party nominations

  • Farmer John Rust challenged an Indiana state law that requires candidates to be affiliated with their party for the past two primary ballots or get approval from a county party chair.
  • Rust filed a lawsuit against Secretary of State Diego Morales, the Indiana Election Commission, and Jackson County Republican Party Chair Amanda Lowery, and he officially filed to run as a Republican.
  • Indiana's Supreme Court justices questioned the state's interest in regulating primary candidates and will rule on the appeal at a later date.
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