INDIANAPOLIS - Former Indiana Secretary of State Charlie White may have been convicted of voter fraud, but he's getting his own Internet radio talk show.
White announced Wednesday that he would begin doing a weekly show on the Indiana Talks network Sept. 17. His new show comes in addition to a blog he started last month.
Indiana Talks is a streaming spoken-word Internet radio station featuring mostly Indiana talk radio personalities.
White has slowly re-emerged in the public eye following his removal from office in 2011 and a continuing legal battle over his voter fraud conviction.
He was found to have illegally voted from his ex-wife's Fishers home in 2010. White says he spent various times throughout his 2010 campaign sleeping in his ex-wife's house, a newly purchased condominium and his car.
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