Indiana News

Pence Reappoints Co-Director of Indiana Election Division

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – Gov. Mike Pence has reappointed J. Bradley King to be co-director of the Indiana Election Division.

With his re-appointment Wednesday, King will serve a four-year term through the end of 2018. 

He has served as co-director of the Election Division since 2002. During that time, the Election Division implemented Indiana's first statewide voter registration system and helped to address election fraud issues. 

King previously was election director for the State of Minnesota and general counsel for the Indiana State Election Board that preceded the Election Division. 

The Election Division is part of the secretary of state's office.

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