INDIANA ACCIDENTALLY LISTS PHONE SEX LINE INSTEAD OF VOTER HOTLINE NUMBER. Ironically, the  $1.99 per minute was cheaper than proposed tax increases."Human error" is responsible for residents accidentally reaching a phone sex line instead of a voter information hotline. The Secretary of State's office said that the number given out in a press release was incorrect, and prompted callers to connect to a second phone number for "fun, stimulating conversation." The spokesman for the office, A.J. Feeney-Ruiz said, "This is my mistake. I actually wrote down the wrong number." (UPI)