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Manchester state repute indicted of intimidation

Manchester state repute indicted of intimidation

October 23, 2013 Manchester No Comments
NORWICH, Conn. (AP) — The state Elections Enforcement Commission is questioning a censure by Norwich’s dual registrars of electorate that a state deputy operative as a domestic consultant to a city’s Democratic mayoral claimant attempted to dominate a officials.
The Bulletin reports that Republican registrar Dianne Slopak and Democrat Dianne Daniels have indicted state Rep. Geoffrey Luxenberg, D-Manchester, co-owner of a consulting firm, of melancholy to sue and protest to a Elections Enforcement multiplication unless a registrars immediately granted him with puncture applications for absentee ballots.
Accused of harassing the Manchester registrars and served as Dan Drew's treasurer in 2011 
Middletown Mayor Dan Drew (horrible photo,sorry reader) campaigning in other districts for other candidates.  Perhaps he should speak to his treasurer about his "conduct" in Manchester a few days back. 
Luxenberg’s consulting organisation represents mayoral claimant Deb Hinchey. He pronounced Tuesday a censure was politically encouraged and baseless.
Slopak says a lawmaker was perplexing to dominate her and Daniels. She denied that a censure is politically motivated.
Hinchey pronounced no laws were damaged and has “complete faith” in those who work for her.
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Information from: Norwich Bulletin
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