INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.–Various lawmakers from both parties, including Governor Eric Holcomb, are calling for the resignation of Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill. In a statement released Thursday, Holcomb said:
Four women had the courage to step forward to report sexual harassment by the Indiana Attorney General. The findings of the recent legislative report are disturbing and, at a minimum, show a violation of the state’s zero tolerance sexual harassment policy. Attorney General Hill should resign, and I support a thorough investigation by the state’s Inspector General.
Secretary of State Connie Lawson declared:
Indiana has no tolerance for harassment of any kind. I appreciate tonight’s statements from our Governor, Lt. Governor and legislative leadership. Indiana deserves a safe work environment, which extends beyond the workplace. Attorney General Hill should resign. Our state leaders are held to a higher standard and must behave in such a manner.
U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly submitted:
My first and foremost concern has been for the women who are the victims of this outrageous conduct. I had hoped that Attorney General Hill would have used the holiday as an opportunity to take a second look at his situation and do the right thing. It’s time for Attorney General Hill to resign immediately.