From: J.P. Mayer
So Indiana’s attorney general and the legislature disagree with the governor.
There is an easy solution for the legislature to make sure they always have a governor who agrees with them: abolish the office and make it an appointed position.
Most Hoosiers would not care if they were no longer able to vote for this public office.
Sound preposterous? Unfair? Maybe even illegal? That is exactly what happened to the position of Indiana superintendent of public instruction!