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Brad King

Indiana Senate candidate wants to keep 2 party nominations

A state Senate candidate wants to challenge an Indiana law that prevents him from appearing on the November ballot as the nominee of two political parties.

Gerard Arthus of Mishawaka won this month's Republican primary for the Senate District 10 seat after winning the Libertarian nomination during that party's state convention in April.

Brad King, Republican co-director of the Indiana Election Division, said state law requires Arthus to decide by July 15 under which party affiliation he wants to be listed. Otherwise, he will be listed as the Republican candidate since that nomination was decided by primary voters, King told the South Bend Tribune (