State GOP Files Complaint Against Gronik

It says a nonprofit is the Democrat’s “campaign committee in waiting.”

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Zach C. Cohen
April 24, 2017, 10:55 a.m.

“On Thursday, Mark Mor­gan, ex­ec­ut­ive dir­ect­or of the state GOP, filed a com­plaint with the state Eth­ics Com­mis­sion al­leging that” busi­ness­man Andy Gronik (D) “had vi­ol­ated state elec­tion laws by set­ting up a polit­ic­ally fo­cused non­profit called Stage W and com­mis­sion­ing a polit­ic­al poll without re­gis­ter­ing a form­al cam­paign com­mit­tee with the state. The com­plaint as­serts Stage W, which says it is com­mit­ted to ‘bridging the polit­ic­al di­vide,‘ ap­pears to op­er­ate ‘as a cam­paign com­mit­tee in wait­ing for Mr. Gronik.’ Gronik, 59, is pres­id­ent of the non­profit, which he foun­ded in May 2016.” (Mil­wau­kee Journ­al Sen­tinel)


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