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  • Leila Pine
    In light of the recent Dane County Circuit Court ruling that the Wisconsin Attorney General has no standing to challenge the Government Accounting Board s
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 30, 2008
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      In light of the recent Dane County Circuit Court ruling that the Wisconsin Attorney General has no standing to challenge the Government Accounting Board’s methods of voter verification, isn’t Wis. AG Van Hollen’s latest announcement that he will send 50 Assistant AG’s to polling places on Election Day for the purpose of “enforcing election registration laws,” while Van Hollen is the head of the McCain campaign in Wisconsin, not only a conflict of interest, but a violation of Wisconsin civil service laws, the same laws that put State Rep. Chvala in jail (i.e., thinly veiled use of his office for campaign purposes)?

       

      Anyone out there looking into this masquerade?

       

      Leila Pine

       

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