November 2, 2021

Former AG Curtis Hill 'considering' future run for political office

Hill spoke at a Noblesville town hall Monday night covering a range of topics including race, education and covid restrictions. - Brock E.W. Turner, WFIU/WTIU News

Hill spoke at a Noblesville town hall Monday night covering a range of topics including race, education and covid restrictions.

Brock E.W. Turner, WFIU/WTIU News

Indiana’s embattled former Attorney General Curtis Hill says he’s considering a future run for political office.

But, speaking at an event in Noblesville about race, education and COVID restrictions – Hill declined to specify a particular race he is eyeing.

“I’ve been firmly implanted in the concept of public service since I was a prosecuting attorney from years before,” Hill said. “So, I anticipate continuing that process."

Hill said he would "consider something down the road at the right time.”

The former AG was defeated last year in the Republican primary by the state's current Attorney General Todd Rokita.

Hill’s law license was temporarily revoked after the Indiana Supreme Court found he groped four women at a party in March 2018.

A special prosecutor appointed in the case opted not to bring criminal charges.

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