1:18PM: With only 26 precincts to go, JLT has pulled ahead by 50.2-48.8... a stunning evening. 12:42PM: And we're tied at 50-50... 12:25PM: Holy smokes -- I can't believe I overlooked this. In Indiana's 5th District, incumbent GOPer Dan Burton nearly LOST to challenger John McGoff. Burton won 45,378 votes to McGoff's 39,305. 2729 votes went to another challenger, Clayton Alfred. 11:54PM: JLT is winning the vote in Lake by a 54-46 margin with 158 of 599 precincts reporting. 11:27PM: As we wait for Lake County to count their votes, here's a stunning number: In 2004, 969,000 people in Indiana voted for John Kerry. Tonight, 1,099,780 Indianans voted for Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton in the presidential primary. 10:10PM: The Schellinger-JLT race really hinges on the city of Gary and Lake County. The candidate who wins there will win this race. But which one will do so? 9:04PM: Schellinger just pulled into the lead! 8:59PM: Schellinger has closed the gap to 49.3-50.7 with about 60% of precincts reporting. 8:47PM: Carson just put his race away. 8:13PM: Maybe I spoke too soon. With less than 40% of precincts reporting, Schellinger has closed the gap to 48.3-51.7. 7:46PM: Damn, Carson is in a tight three-way race with Orentlicher and and Myers. This one should be close. 7:41PM: JLT is pulling roughly even with Schellinger in Marion County (Indianapolis) so far. I'm not sure that Schellinger has enough mojo in southern Indiana to do this thing tonight. 6:41PM Eastern: A close race in IN-Gov so far, 50.5-49.5 for JLT. Schellinger is doing well in south Indiana so far, while JLT has the lead in the northern counties.