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Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Ind. Courts - "Tippecanoe Superior Court judge regrets sending campaign email on work computer, account"

Reporter Ron Wilkins posted the story this afternoon to the Lafayette Journal Courier. A snippet:

Taxpayers unwittingly contributed to Gregory Donat’s re-election campaign for Tippecanoe Superior Court 4 judge.

On Tuesday, Donat used a taxpayer-owned office computer and his work email account, which is also owned by taxpayers, to send out a campaign letter for his re-election bid.

“It wasn’t anything malicious or planned ahead of time, and Judge Morrissey brought it to my attention,” Donat said Wednesday morning when asked about the email that was sent to dozens of people. Michael Morrissey heads Superior Court 6.

Posted by Marcia Oddi on February 26, 2014 05:21 PM
Posted to Indiana Courts