The Indiana Supreme Court has refused to take over jurisdiction in the election challenge against Secretary of State Charlie White.
Secretary of State Charlie White's attorney says the trial was delayed to give White's counsel more time to prepare.
The Indiana Democratic Party – which filed the complaint against White – appealed the Commission’s ruling in Marion Circuit Court Thursday.
Commission chairman Tom Wheeler says he feels like their hands are tied because of the wording of voter registration laws.
If White is ruled ineligible, Democrat Vop Osili, the runner-up in the 2010 Secretary of State election, could take office.
The Secretary of State took the stand at an Indiana Recount Commission hearing Tuesday as the commission decides whether he was eligible to run for office.
The Court has agreed to hear White's petition this morning, and the Recount Commission will hear White's testimony tomorrow.
The runner-up to Charlie White for Secretary of State and the Indiana Democratic Party Chair will testify at White's eligibility hearing.
A report shows current Secretary of State Charlie White may have intended the voter fraud of which he's accused, but says it's "rebuttable."
Indiana Recount Commission has set a hearing on the charge White was ineligible to run because he used an address on his voter registration that wasn‘t his.