UNDATED (AP) - A look at the winners of Indiana's election for the U.S. House of Representatives:

DISTRICT 1:
  • Democrat Peter Visclosky won a 13th term in the heavily Democratic district after beating Republican Mark Leyva and Libertarian Jeff Duensing.
DISTRICT 2:
  • Democrat Joe Donnelly, first elected in 2006, beat Republican businessman Luke Puckett and Libertarian Mark Vogel.
DISTRICT 3:
  • Republican Mark Souder, first elected in 1994, held onto his seat after defeating attorney Mike Montagano, a Democrat, and Libertarian William Larsen.
DISTRICT 4:
  • Republican Steve Buyer won a ninth term in the heavily Republican district, beating Democrat Nels Ackerson.
DISTRICT 5:
  • Republican Dan Burton, first elected in 1982, easily won re-election over Democrat Mary Etta Ruley in the heavily Republican district.
DISTRICT 6:
  • Republican Mike Pence, first elected in 2000, beat Democrat Barry Welsh and Libertarian George Holland.
DISTRICT 7:
  • Democrat Andre Carson, who won a special election in March to succeed his late grandmother, won his first full term in Congress after beating Republican Gabrielle Campo.
DISTRICT 8:
  • Democrat Brad Ellsworth, first elected in 2006, beat Republican challenger Greg Goode.
DISTRICT 9:
  • Democrat Baron Hill beat Republican Mike Sodrel, whom Hill has faced in four consecutive elections, and Libertarian Eric Schansberg.