|Attorney General Greg Zoeller|
Just like the hapless Washington Generals or New York Nationals or whatever team has faced the Harlem Globetrotters, Zoeller has battled valiantly only to come up on the short end to the feds time after time.
It's not good to be the Washington Generals of Attorneys General.
Now, he wants to be Indiana's 9th District Congressman replacing Todd Young, who has decided to run for Senate.
The two-term AG and brother of golfer Fuzzy Zoeller came in on the coattails of term-limited Steve Carter and has lived off the spoils of his predecessor. All the while, he's built up a record of using Indiana tax dollars to fight political fights vs. Barack Obama and the federal government. From fighting immigration to Obamacare to same sex marriage, he's been the most political Attorney General in my lifetime.
He's not the only one that wants to run. State Senators Brent Waltz and Erin Houchin are both expected to throw their hats in the ring, according to Abdul-Hakim Shabazz's Indy Politics website. Also, per Abdul, State Rep. Peggy Mayfield, famous for her ridiculously Republican ads in 2012, and State Sen. Rodric Bray are also considering runs. This is a lackluster Republican crew for certain.
No Democrats are lining up as of yet. Democrat Shelli Yoder was the 2012 nominee, and Bill Bailey was the D standard bearer in 2014.