Is State Senator Rich Crandall Deserving of an Ethics Complaint?
|State Senator Rich Crandall|
This all started (as so much drama does) over a campaign-sign feud, in which there are photos of two women taking down a sign for Republican state Representative John Fillmore, and replacing it with one for Crandall.
At some point during the drama -- and after the pictures of Crandall's daughter apparently in the act of messing with the signs hit the Internet -- Crandall left a voicemail for Barton, saying she "better not try to run any education legislation whatsoever [in] the next two years."
Crandall's the chairman of the Senate Education Committee, so he could have great control over Barton's plans to improve the state's education -- like the bill she sponsored to allow concealed weapons on community college campuses.
This morning's question: is Crandall's voicemail worthy of an ethics complaint, which puts him in the ranks of guys like ex-Representative Daniel Patterson and ex-Senator Scott Bundgaard?
Cast your vote below: