Indiana will have its third state auditor in four months, with the abrupt resignation of Dwayne Sawyer. Sawyer's three-sentence resignation letter says he's leaving for "family and personal concerns." Governor Pence says the decision to step down was Sawyer's. He's declining to elaborate on the former Brownsburg Town Council president's reasons, saying he wants to respect Sawyer's privacy. He does say Sawyer's exit has nothing to do with his handling of the state's finances. Pence handpicked Sawyer for the job in August after Tim Berry resigned to become state Republican chairman.