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Ind. Supreme Court Getting Involved In White Case

Posted On February 08, 2012

(Indianapolis, Ind.) – The case of former Indiana Secretary of State Charlie White will be taken up by the state Supreme Court later this month. 

 

White will be sentenced on February 23rd for six felonies including voter fraud. 

 

The state’s highest court will hear arguments on whether or not Democrat Vop Osili should succeed White as Indiana Democrats contend should be the case. 

 

Governor Daniels named Jerry Bonnet interim Secretary of State after White was convicted. 

 

LINKS:

 

Democrats Ask Court Of Appeals To Install Osili

 

White Convicted Of Six Felonies

 

Sec. of State Could Receive Verdict Friday

 

Charlie White Trial Starts Today

 

White To Remain Secretary Of State For Now

 

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