Indiana Democrats call for lottery director to step down

Kathryn Densborn, Hoosier Lottery

INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana Democrats are calling for the head of the Hoosier Lottery to step down from her post after a 13 Investigates report exposed the lottery's costly move to its new headquarters.

Democratic Party Chair Dan Parker called for Kathryn Densborn's resignation, saying, "She needs to do more than apologize for her mistake. She needs to step down!"

Eyewitness News took you inside the new offices last week and we found rooms filled with new furniture, a huge break room with $800 bar stools and even a workout room with brand new state-of-the-art equipment costing more than $25,000.

Lottery officials are now saying it was an error in judgment and that they didn't follow rules set by the Department of Administration.