INDIANAPOLIS | State Sen. Mike Delph, R-Carmel, who missed a February Indiana Senate vote on his controversial anti-illegal immigration proposal to take the bar exam is not on the list of people who passed the required test to become a lawyer.
A total of 264 people took the Feb. 22-23 exam. The Indiana Board of Law Examiners on Monday released the names of the 184 people who passed.
Delph's name was not on that list.
Indiana Supreme Court Spokeswoman Kathryn Dolan said the Board of Law Examiners does not report who failed the test or even confirm whether someone took the exam.
Ahead of the Feb. 22 vote on Senate Bill 590, Delph told reporters he would miss the vote on his anti-illegal immigration proposal because he was taking the bar exam.
Senate records show Delph did not vote on Senate Bill 590 and note Delph had an excused absence for that day.
Delph said Monday he had not yet received official word on whether he passed the exam.