Former U.S. Representative, Todd Rokita has entered the Indiana attorney general’s race.
Rokita stated on Wednesday that he will challenge embattled Attorney General Curtis Hill because his fellow Republican has been “wounded” by allegations he drunkenly groped a state lawmaker and three other women at a party.
Rokita’s decision to join the race comes after the state Supreme Court ordered a 30-day law license suspension for Hill over the groping allegations. Hill has denied doing anything wrong. Rokita says he is seeking the GOP nomination to help Republicans keep the statewide post in November.
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