Mike Dvorak brought charges on four Democratic officials for faking signatures to put Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton on the Indiana ballot.
He has since withdrawn and now a special prosecutor is on the case.
Jane Brown of Gather.com posed an interesting opinion.
South Bend, Ind. prosecutors think the Democrats caught up in the scandal felt their candidates needed the votes for a presidential win, at least in the eyes of the main Democratic leader in their state, Butch Morgan, who was the Indiana’s Democrat Party Chairman before this scandal caused his resignation.
If Indiana’s head Democratic leader thought Obama, Hillary and Edwards would lose in 2008 without some cheating help, what did other Dem leaders elsewhere think? And how should we prevent such an occurrence this election year?