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Indiana GOP To Let Dems Kick Any Republican AG Off The Ballot
Joy Pullmann


An amendment to an Indiana bill would allow an unelected, Democrat-stacked committee that works in secret to control whom Hoosiers are allowed to vote for as state attorney general.

The amendment would bar from appearing on Hoosier ballots any candidate for attorney general who, within one year of the election, has been disbarred or suspended from his law license without an automatic reinstatement. Law license challenges have since 2020 become a political tool for Democrats to deny their political opponents legal representation.

Multiple Democrat pressure groups such as The 65 Project and Lawyers Defending Democracy now exist specifically to harass, intimidate, and force potentially tens of thousands of dollars of representation costs on their political opponents for constitutionally protected free speech. This means any Republican attorney general is at high risk of an ethics complaint unless he represents no challenge to Democrat priorities.

Multiple Indiana attorneys, and hundreds of attorneys nationally, have already faced ethics challenges simply for representing Democrat opponents in court. Half of sitting Republican attorneys general, including Indiana AG Todd Rokita, have faced such charges.

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I was under the impression that Indiana was a conservative state.
But lately, it seems to be increasingly "goin' purple"...