Haven't read it, just saw the headline and first sentence saying she intends to submit her resignation to the commissioners next week. It will do no good to give it to the commissioners, the commissioners don't commission the auditor's office. She has to give her resignation to the governor, and within 72 hours to the county chairman.
(3) The following officers commissioned by the governor under IC 4-3-1-5 shall notify the GOVERNOR:
A) An elector or alternate elector for President and Vice President of the United States.
(B) The secretary of state, auditor of state, treasurer of state, superintendent of public instruction, or attorney general.
(C) An officer elected by the general assembly, the senate, or the house of representatives.
(D) A justice of the Indiana supreme court, judge of the Indiana court of appeals, or judge of the Indiana tax court.
E) A judge of a circuit, city, county, probate, superior, town, or township small claims court.
(F) A prosecuting attorney.
(G) A circuit court clerk.
H) A county auditor, county recorder, county treasurer, county sheriff, county coroner, or county surveyor.
This will be good news only after the governor informs the county that he has in fact received her resignation from HER, not the commissioners.