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  •  Srsly, I wonder if a GAB complaint is appropriate (7+ / 0-)

    If the GAB actually reported that Snotty didn't discuss the creation of his legal defense fund with them, perhaps he is in violation.

    The discrepancy is that he claims he's not a target yet this seems to be a requirement to open a legal defense fund. Odds are near certainty that Snotty is lying to the public, but the other possibility is that he isn't a target and has opened a legal defense fund in violation of the rules. Maybe a complaint would get the GAB looking into this mess. Then we might get closer to the truth.

    I suppose I'll have to dig up some details about the process and try to find better documentation. Maybe the truth is buried in the paperwork somewhere.

    Nobody told him he was a target. Right. He was served with a subpoena. We know this. But nobody actually told him. It was in writing. It depends on what I'm told the definintion of "told" is.

    "All people are born alike - except Republicans and Democrats" - Groucho Marx

    by GrumpyOldGeek on Tue Mar 27, 2012 at 03:15:31 PM PDT

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    •  Yes you can (2+ / 0-)

      And so can 4.3 million other people.

      §11.66:

      11.66  Elector may compel compliance.
      Any elector may sue for injunctive relief to compel compliance with this chapter. Before commencing any action concerning a state office or statewide referendum, an elector shall file a verified complaint with the board alleging such facts as are within his or her knowledge to show probable cause to believe that a violation has occurred or is proposed to occur. If the board fails to commence an action within 10 days of the filing of the complaint, the elector may commence an action. Separate from any other bond which may be required by the court, the elector may be required to post a surety bond in an amount determined by the court sufficient to cover the actual costs, including reasonable attorney fees, of both parties. If the elector's action is not successful, he or she shall pay the costs of the action.

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