Indiana Election Commission, led by Romney state co-chair, to decide Santorum’s ballot | The man who will help decide if Rick Santorum can appear on Indiana’s GOP primary ballot is also man tasked with getting Mitt Romney elected in the state. Dan Dumezich chairs the Indiana Election Commission, which will decide whether Santorum got enough signatures to qualify for the ballot, in addition to co-chairing Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign in the state. “I can be impartial,” Dumezich told the Indianapolis Star yesterday. “It doesn’t present a problem for me. Of course, if someone wants to argue [that he should step aside] I’d listen to it.” Five voters have filed an official complaint alleging that Santorum did not receive the required 500 signatures in one congressional district, necessitating the review by the electoral commission.