Both Monica & I were completely exonerated. Or to put it in the parlance of the Hearing Officer, “No grounds exist that this matter be referred for public hearing”.
It was unfortunate that we had to be drawn into an unnecessary game of sour grapes.
We knew we acted appropriately and are gratified that the Board of Elections agreed.
What’s done is done.
We can now move forward with the tasks we were elected to perform.
I called Morgando to ask the results and, as I expected, he said that his recommendation on the complaints by attorney Nancy Zettler against the Family Taxpayers Network, plus District 300 board candidates John Ryan and Monica Clark, would be made to the Elections Board at its next meeting.
No details until then.
But, what Ryan writes sounds reasonable, as I wrote when I first heard of Zettler’s complaint.
Let me repeat what I said:
I can understand Zettler’s frustration.
During the three Republican primary elections I was under siege by Personal PAC, their mailings and phone calls did not show up in campaign disclosure forms until after the primary election.
I think they should show up ahead of the election, but that, apparently, would require a change in state law.
Maybe Zettler’s lobbying can be expanded from trying to raise our income taxes to changing the campaign disclosure laws.
I’d be happy to join her in such an effort.
Here is the detailed article about Zettler’s complaint.