Following three rounds of voting on Friday, Todd Rokita was selected to be the Republican nominee for Indiana's race for Attorney General.
John Westercamp was the lowest vote recipient in the first round, and was dropped. Nate Harter then dropped in the second round with the lowest vote total and in the the third and final round, the vote totals favored Rokita who beat out incumbent Curtis Hill with Rokita receiving 52.15% of the party votes and Hill receiving 47.85% of the votes.
Rokita will face Democrat Nominee Jonathan Weinzapfel from Evansville in the General Election this November.
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