Curtis Hill faces three challengers for Republican nomination for Attorney General
Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill will have an opportunity Thursday evening to tell Indiana Republicans why he should be the nominee for attorney general. Hill and the other three candidates for the nomination will argue their case at the virtual Republican convention.
Hill is facing Decatur County Prosecutor Nate Harter, former Indiana Congressman and Secretary of State Todd Rokita and John Westercamp, an Indianapolis attorney.
Hill has been in the news over the last year due to allegations he groped several women at a bar two years ago.
Hill's law license was suspended for 30 days by the Indiana Supreme Court. His suspension ended June 17.
The delegates are attending the convention virtually Thursday evening.
Delegates will cast their ballots later this month. They will be counted on July 10.