2 Indiana primary races still too close to call

(WISH Photo, file)
(WISH Photo, file)

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — Two races from Tuesday’s Indiana primary election remain too close to call.

Unofficial results in the Democratic primary for the 3rd Congressional District surrounding Fort Wayne show Justin Kuhnle leading Tommy Schrader by 83 votes with all precincts reporting.

Kuhnle says he’s waiting to hear whether the other candidates file recount requests.

Schrader says he hasn’t yet decided whether to seek a recount but hopes there may be enough uncounted provisional ballots to swing the race.

The third Democratic candidate, Jim Redmond, trailed Kuhnle by 294 votes.

The winner will face incumbent Republican U.S. Rep. Marlin Stutzman in November.

The Republican race for Indiana District 48 has Doug Miller leading Jesse Bohannon by 95 votes with all precincts reporting.

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