Nick Hermann vs. Diana Moers

Nick Hermann vs. Diana Moers

EVANSVILLE, Ind. — Credit card use in the Vanderburgh County Prosecutor’s Office environment and a settled sexual harassment lawsuit are among the the challenges in a rare regional most important election challenge of an incumbent. 

Attorney Diana Moers and Prosecutor Nick Hermann are squaring off to decide who will represent the Republican Party in the November race for county prosecutor. Early voting starts Tuesday in the Could 3 key.

Here is much more about Hermann, Moers and the matters animating their race:

Who are Nick Hermann and Diana Moers?

Equally candidates claim longtime roots in Vanderburgh County, although Hermann mentioned without the need of evidence that through his tenure as prosecutor, Moers “worked 6 work in 3 unique states.” Moers, an Evansville native who returned here in November following living somewhere else for at the very least 15 several years, countered that she has labored and lived in Indiana repeatedly considering that Hermann’s election in 2010.

Hermann, 43, is the grandson of former county recorder and councilwoman Betty Hermann, who the moment served as the Vanderburgh County Republican Party’s vice chair. He is also the nephew of well known businessman and political donor Dan Hermann, a former CEO of AmeriQual Group and Black Attractiveness Coal Co.

Nick Hermann

Nick Hermann was chairman of the area GOP for a lot more than a few several years just before he was elected prosecutor.

Moers, 39, worked in two other states — Michigan and Illinois — in advance of returning to Indiana. Ahead of graduating from Western Michigan University’s Thomas M. Cooley Law College in 2007, Moers served as an assistant community defender in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She labored as an attorney in a Wheeling, Illinois, law firm and an assistant state’s legal professional in Joliet, Illinois, afterward.

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