If you’re really into fighting voter fraud, Fox News is your network. They were so gung-ho about stopping voter fraud across the country that they set up a special e-mail address to collect viewer tips.
So you’d think they’d have wall-to-wall coverage when the top election official in a state was charged with voter fraud himself.
But that hasn’t been true in the case of Republican Charlie White, the Secretary of State in Indiana. White was indicted by a grand jury in Indiana’s Hamilton County on three counts of voter fraud because he allegedly lied about his address. He’s also facing charges of perjury as well as fraud on a financial institution (for lying about his address) and theft (for allegedly keeping his salary as a member of his town council even after he moved out of his designated district).
Fox News hasn’t had much on the case (just a brief story on their website) and according to a review of Fox News coverage of the day after the charges came down, this was the only time they mentioned the case as of Friday afternoon:
The White case was briefly mentioned on Fox News on Sunday as well.
Additional reporting by Andrew Jones and Nichole Hill.