At the national and state levels, nothing changed in regard to the upcoming 2012 Indiana Primary.
The Indiana Primary will take place Tuesday, May 8, and the official field has been set.
On the Republican side, the Primary Ballot will include Republicans Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum.
In addition, Indiana resident Patricia Inez Sandifer filed to run on the Republican ticket.
On the Democratic side, President Barack Obama's name is the only one who appears.
In the race for Indiana Senator, Republican, and incumbent, Richard G. Lugar, will face Richard E. Mourdock in the Primary.
On the Democratic side, Joe Donnelly will run unopposed.
In the race for United States Representative District 8, Republican incumbent Larry Bucshon will receive a primary challenge from Kristi Risk.
On the Democratic side, Thomas Barnett, William Bryk and Dave Crooks will face each other.
At the state level, Republicans Mike Pence and Jim Wallace will face each other in the primary for Governor.
On the Democratic side, John R. Gregg is running unopposed.
In the race for State Representative District 42, Republicans Jim Meece, Alan P. Morrison and Bill Webster will face each other in the primary.
Democrat Mark C. Spelbring will run unopposed.
In the race for State Representative District 44, Republican, and incumbent, James (Jim) Baird, is running unopposed.
There were no Democrats who filed candidacy in the race.
In the race for State Representative District 46, Republican, and incumbent, Bob Heaton, will run unopposed.
Democrats James (Jim) R. Mann II, Charles (Chuck) Toth and Larry D. Barker will face each other in the primary.