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Election 2012

January 26, 2012

Todd Young files for election, seeks second term

> SOUTHERN INDIANA — He confirmed his intentions previously, but Thursday U.S. Rep. Todd Young made it official as he filed to run for re-election this year.

Young filed with the Indiana Secretary of State, as the Republican will be seeking a second term as Indiana’s 9th District House member after he defeated Democrat Baron Hill in 2010.

“We’re not looking at 2012 as some sort of sequel,” said Young, who must first win the May GOP primary before advancing to the November run-off.

“It’s a continuation of the hard work we started two years ago.”

Young began touring the 13 counties of the 9th District on Thursday, and the News and Tribune will have coverage of his stop today in New Albany.

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