Thursday, February 23, 2012

Indiana Election Commission Hearing Won't Be Live Streamed

Apparently the powers that be have decided they don't want what takes place at tomorrow's Indiana Election Commission hearing broadcast live over the Internet for the world to see. The Commission has a packed agenda that will hear challenges to the presidential candidacies of Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich and President Barack Obama, the Senate candidacy of Sen. Richard Lugar and the gubernatorial campaign of Republican Jim Wallace, among a long list of other challenges. You can view the agenda here. The meeting has been moved from the government center to the Indiana House of Representatives chamber. The reason for not live streaming the meeting is that supposedly House Speaker Brian Bosma said that only live sessions of the Indiana House of Representatives may be live streamed from the chamber. I smell a rat.

1 comment:

Marycatherine Barton said...

Smelling a rat with you, Gary. Major shame on Bosma.