Do you remember back in September when I blogged about Indiana's Republican Secretary of State candidate, Charlie White? White won the election even though I asked, "Did IN Republican Secretary of State Candidate Commit Voter Fraud?"
According to a grand jury finding yesterday, he did. Indiana's top election official has been indicted on seven felony counts including a C felony for fraud against a financial institution, 3 voter fraud charges, 2 written perjury charges and a theft charge for getting paid by the Fishers city council even though he didn't live in the district anymore.
The case is being prosecuted by two special prosecutors - Dan Sigler, a Democrat and former Adams County prosecutor, and John Dowd, a Republican and former Warren County prosecutor.
White, a Republican, took office in January under a cloud of allegations he voted in a precinct in which he did not live. Even though the allegations were known at the time of the election, White handily defeated the Democratic nominee for the post, taking almost 1 million votes in 88 counties.
According to D. J. Sigler, White surrendered to the Hamilton County Sheriff's Department on Thursday.
Just another hypocritical Indiana Republican politician, folks. Nothing to see here - but you can smell the aroma of cooked goose nicely.