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United States congressional delegations from Indiana: Quiz

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Question 1: The longest-serving of any of Indiana's Congressmen is Senator ________,[1] incumbent since 1977.
John KerryJohn McCainJoe LiebermanRichard Lugar

Question 2: Indiana Territory was formed on July 4, 1800, out of the Northwest Territory and consisted of present-day Indiana, ________, Wisconsin, and parts of Michigan and Minnesota.
IllinoisMissouriKentuckyMassachusetts

Question 3: Before the Seventeenth Amendment in 1913, Senators were elected by the ________.
Indiana General AssemblyIndiana State TreasurerIndiana SenateIndiana Statehouse

Question 4: Before becoming a state, the ________ elected delegates at-large and sent three to Congress, but the territorial delegates were restricted from voting on legislation.
Davis FloydIndiana TerritoryJonathan JenningsTecumseh's War

Question 5: Since its statehood in 1816, the U.S. state of ________ has sent congressional delegations to the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives.
OhioIndianaMichiganNew Jersey

Question 6: Indiana's current Senators are Republican Richard Lugar, first elected in 1976, and Democrat ________, first elected in 1998.
John McCainEvan BayhJoe LiebermanSam Brownback







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