The state of Indiana plans to spend $2.1 million to clean up its voter rolls.
Latest voter registration numbers show 13,000 fewer people are registered for this year's primary than four years ago.
The state argued the Indiana State Teachers Association used funds from medical plans on risky investments and to pay off long-term disability claims.
School districts in Indiana could receive reimbursements from the Indiana State Teachers Association from a lawsuit filed against the association by the state.
A lawsuit filed in 2009 claims the Indiana State Teachers Association defrauded school employees out of $27 million.
Planning will soon begin for how the secretary of state‘s office will take over responsibility for Indiana‘s voter rolls.
Election officials plan to thoroughly review and clean up Indiana’s voter rolls on a statewide basis for the first time in seven years.
Secretary of State Connie Lawson visited Bartholomew County on Monday to discuss how the county could use vote centers in future elections.
Vote centers cost counties less in the long term and decrease the number of voting sites.
Indiana's Secretary of State says concerns about possible voting machine tampering are overblown.