TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Terre Haute's long-time city clerk says he is going to retire.
Chuck Hanley submitted his resignation to party leaders on Friday.
Hanley told News 10 he's resigning for personal reasons, not political.
His retirement takes effect at the end of the month.
Haney first took over the clerk's office in 1983.
A democratic party caucus will select his successor.
It will take place on March 22nd.
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