A report on allegations of voter fraud by Secretary of State Charlie White found “apparent, albeit rebuttable” indications that White intentionally used his ex-wife’s address to vote in the May 2010 primary.
The report, released Thursday, offers just enough suspicion to excite Democrats, who have filed a complaint alleging that White wasn’t legally registered to vote when he declared his candidacy and is ineligible to hold office.
“Rather than exonerating him, this report . . . raises further serious questions concerning his actions,” attorney Bill Groth, who’s representing the Democrats, said in an email Thursday. Efforts to reach White’s attorney, James Bopp, were unsuccessful.
White came under fire in the fall when he resigned from the Fishers Town Council after admitting he had moved out of the district he represented. He now faces seven felony charges, including three counts of voter fraud. He also faces a theft charge in connection with taking a salary from the town even though he had moved out of his Town Council district.