from Ballot Access News
Pennsylvania Attorney General Indicts Four More State Employees for Using Public Resources on Campaigns
December 19th, 2009
On December 15, the Pennsylvania Attorney General indicted four more Pennsylvania public employees or officials connected with the state legislature, for using public resources to help on election campaigns. One of those indicted is a legislator, Bill DeWeese, who is the House Democratic whip and who has been a Speaker of the House in the past. See this story.
These indictments are in addition to others announced earlier this year. Part of the political work done by public employees was working on petition challenges to the Green Party statewide petition in 2006, and the Ralph Nader petition in 2004.
There is another story about the indictments: here.