Former Indiana Secretary of State Charlie White is awaiting sentencing following Saturday morning’s guilty verdict on voter fraud and other felony charges related to the 2010 Republican primary election. A Hamilton County jury convicted White of six of the seven counts brought against him. White has been automatically removed from office. Each conviction carries a… Continue reading White Says He’ll Seek To Regain Office
A judge has denied a request from Indiana Secretary of State Charlie White for partial immunity for his testimony before the state’s Recount Commission. The panel will hold a hearing tomorrow on a complaint that White was not a valid candidate for the office he won last November. White does not want his testimony at… Continue reading Indiana Judge Rejects Charlie White Immunity Request
From the Associated Press Indiana Secretary of State Charlie White has asked a judge to grant him partial immunity if he testifies before a panel that will decide whether he should remain in office. Marion Circuit Judge Louis Rosenberg has set a hearing on the issue for today. It comes one day before the Indiana… Continue reading Hearing Today On Charlie White Immunity Request
Turnout is expected to be low in many areas today as Indiana voters go to the polls to select nominees for municipal offices. There are contested races in the Democratic primaries for mayor of Jeffersonville and New Albany. Several council seats are up for election in Jeffersonville and Clarksville. The Democratic challenger to Republican Indianapolis… Continue reading Today Is Primary Election Day In Indiana
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