Washington potato director denies wrongdoing in political race

07/17/2014 07:52:00 AM
Tom Karst

Voigt said Washington potato growers have rallied around him during what he called the mudslinging attack, supporting him with phone calls, messages and e-mails.

“If I did something wrong, I need to know that,” Voigt said.

He said the key question is whether he can use the commission e-mail account for occasional private use.

“I think that is the question the ethics board will review,” he said.


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Allen    
Othello, WA  |  July, 18, 2014 at 02:19 PM

It seems a bit hypocritical that Clint Didier is the one making these claims about "ethics", when he is the only candidate (as far as I know) who has cheated on his wife. All the other guys and gals in the race--Dan Newhouse especially--seem to have their home life under control.

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