Indiana Attorney General

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Todd Rokita was sworn in Monday as Indiana’s new attorney general. And his inaugural address promised “liberty in action” under his administration.

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Attorney General Curtis Hill wants the U.S. Supreme Court to consider a lawsuit filed by the Texas attorney general that seeks to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election.

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Republican Todd Rokita has won the race for Indiana attorney general, beating Democrat Jonathan Weinzapfel.

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Republican Attorney General candidate Todd Rokita tested positive for COVID-19, his campaign announced Tuesday.

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2020 might represent the best chance Indiana Democrats have had in two decades to win the race for attorney general. And if they do, one of the biggest factors will be a person who’s not even a part of the general election campaign – incumbent Attorney General Curtis Hill. 

Alan Mbathi / IPB News

There’s a brighter-than-usual spotlight on the race for Indiana Attorney General this year, mostly because of a person who’s not in the race – the current AG Curtis Hill. Hill’s sexual misconduct while in office led to Republicans choosing a new person to face off against Democrat Jonathan Weinzapfel.

Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Brandon Smith sat down with the Republican candidate, Todd Rokita, to talk about the race’s big issues and how he’d approach the job differently than its current occupant.

Alan Mbathi / IPB News

There’s a brighter-than-usual spotlight on the race for Indiana Attorney General this year, mostly because of a person who’s not in the race – the current AG Curtis Hill. Hill’s sexual misconduct while in office led to Republicans choosing a new candidate, former U.S. Rep. Todd Rokita.

Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Brandon Smith sat down with the Democratic candidate, Jonathan Weinzapfel, to talk about the race’s big issues and how he’d approach the job differently than its current occupant.

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Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill would rather a court eliminate the current vote-by-mail option for Hoosiers aged 65 or older than allow every eligible voter to cast a mail-in ballot.

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The field for Indiana attorney general is set, as Democrat Jonathan Weinzapfel faces off against Republican Todd Rokita.

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Former Secretary of State Todd Rokita is the Indiana Republican Party’s nominee for attorney general.

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