Holtz brief argues OWN complaint is ‘transparent political gamesmanship’

State superintendent candidate Lowell Holtz argued in a brief that the Elections Commission should dismiss a complaint against him because it was "transparent political gamesmanship filed to generate negative media."
The commission this week turned down the complaint from the liberal One Wisconsin Now. The group had claimed Holtz and then-candidate John Humphries violated election bribery laws by discussing a proposal that one could get a six-figure salary and a driver if the other won the state superintendent's race.
Holtz's lawyer argued in a brief that bribery laws center on soliciting vote...

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