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A Century-Long Blue Indiana District Is Now a Toss-Up in the Midterms

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Democrats are losing ground in a diverse, blue-collar district that has been a Democratic stronghold for nearly 100 years. It comes as Republicans keep making inroads with white, working-class voters, and Latino voters, and successfully rebrand themselves as champions of the marginalized. So what’s it going to take for Democrats to turn this trend around?