This may come as a shocker to the Lugar staff. In gleaning Lugar’s April FEC reports, there are multiple instances of paying a Ms. Opal Caldwell for “maintenance services.” Here’s a screen shot of one such instance. Note the address, 5509 Closser Court. In checking Google maps, it doesn’t exist. The reason it does not [...]
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Greg Wright, the certified fraud examiner that provided the Marion County Election Board documented evidence that Dick Lugar had abandoned his Indiana residency in 1977 has filed another complaint. The complaint with the Marion County Election Board ended with a ruling that Lugar could no longer use the home he sold in 1977 for his [...]Continue Reading →
This will be interesting. Since the stacked and packed Indiana Election Board would not recognize the U.S. Constitution, maybe a lower level of authority will determine if Dick Lugar and his wife Charlene violated Indiana election law has they claimed a residency for voting purposes they sold in 1977. The board will determine if the [...]Continue Reading →
“He got his F rating the old-fashioned way: He earned it,” NRA’s Chris Cox.
From the Indy Star:
Mourdock and the NRA’s chief lobbyist, Chris Cox, are holding a conference call with reporters this morning to discuss the endorsement.
While Mourdock has lagged in campaign fundraising behind Lugar, he is getting some high-powered [...]Continue Reading →
Two Indiana voters Paul Killpatrick and David Stockdale have filed through their attorney, Eric Bohnet, an appeal of the State Election Board’s ruling that Lugar is eligible to run. He sent out the attached press release this morning. It has been assigned for Marion Superior Court 7.
Appeal Filed in Lugar Residency Case
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Dick Lugar’s campaign has hit a new all-time low. Gary Wright is the certified fraud examiner who personally filed a complaint against Lugar with the Indiana Election Commission questioning if Lugar and his wife were committing vote fraud by using the home they sold in 1977 for their voter’s registration. Wright also sent information to the [...]Continue Reading →
As a result of a complaint filed by Hoosiers for a Conservative Senate regarding Dick Lugar’s lack of a residence in Indiana, the Indiana Election Commission will hear arguments next Friday to determine if Lugar’s McLean, Virginia home since 1977 means he’s no longer an Indiana resident.
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Hoosiers for Conservative Senate (HFCS) will bring a complaint to the office of Governor Mitch Daniels on Thursday February 16th regarding the residency of Indiana Senator Dick Lugar. A press conference will be held in the North Atrium at 3:00pm. Following the press conference, the signatures will be walked over to the Governor’s office. HFCS will [...]Continue Reading →
David Willkie is Dick Lugar’s political director. According to his financial disclosure report for 2009 his investments include the following.
Abbott Labs – Between $100,000 & $250,000
In 2010, Abbot labs contributed over $80,000 to over 30 statewide democrats and as well as the California democratic party. They didn’t give Lugar a dime.
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