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Now that challenger D.J. Johnson has withdrawn his election challenge of Jim Glenn, some thank-you's are in order.
Challenger D.J. Johnson withdrew his challenge in the House 13 election on Friday morning, leaving Jim Glenn as the undisputed rep for that district.
The legal team for Rep. Jim Glenn has asked Attorney General Andy Beshear to investigate the House 13 recount, specifically for election law violations.
The lawyers for Rep. Jim Glenn have filed a motion asking that the lawyer representing D.J. Johnson be disqualified for "interference in an election."
The Glenn election challenge panel has ordered a local recount – the same outcome his opponent would have gotten using normal challenge procedures.
Jim Glenn has filed a memo stating that the challenge filed against him has been "irreparably tainted" by the actions of Speaker-elect David Osborne.
The complaint claims public funds were used to pay for the election challenge. The Glenn team has also asked for a ruling on their open records request.
House speaker-elect David Osborne has accepted service of a subpoena from the Jim Glenn legal team, but is still refusing to be deposed.
The legal team for Jim Glenn has subpoenaed House Speaker-Elect David Osborne to ask him about actions and payments in the case.
Jim Glenn's legal team, led by Frankfort lawyer Anna Whites, issued a press release on Monday, December 10, to accompany Glenn's Answer & Objection filing.
Representative-elect Jim Glenn has filed his response to the challenge raised by the losing Repub in the race. Here are the key points of the filing.
This week, we talk with Mary Nishimuta of KDP, and political activists Anna Whites and Sellus Wilder, about recruiting candidates. We also speak with Cathy Carter and Tina Bojanowski, on why THEY decided to run. And finally, Bruce Maples has a few thoughts on how this all happened, and the principal it revealed.
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