Wack Resigns...

Regretfully, I have accepted the resignation of Joanne Wack, Executive Director of the Lucas County Republican Party (LCRP), effective immediately.

Joanne has worked for the LCRP since December of 2005 and has done an outstanding job. Joanne has worked at my side since I became Chairman in May of 2006 and has performed her duties in a professional and efficient manner. Joanne has given us 100%, 100% of the time.

As Chairman of the LCRP it is my responsibility to do everything in my power to elect Republican candidates. The intense negative media attention being given to her personal life has become unbearable. Joanne felt that the current focus would conflict with our being able to elect Republicans. We will all miss Joanne's dedication to the LCRP and wish her well in the future.

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Quick, hide the silverware!

Pink Slip

Another 'victim' of 'persecution' by the daily newspaper falls by the wayside.

"intense negative media attention being given to her personal life"---above

I would like to think area Republicans would want to know their director has a long-established history of being a check-bouncing, petty thief, but perhaps not.

Hide the silverware, indeed.

I think Wack was guilty of more than petty theft. Quite a history of it, that goes far deeper than simply being poor judgement during a bad patch in her younger days. Seems to be enough history to suggest a pattern of poor character. IF it had been only one, old instance that she'd fudged about in court, it'd be different I think. But it seems the more they dig, the more dirt they seem to find about her. I wonder if she resigned because she knows they are still digging & is afraid of what more they may unearth about her. I said in an earlier thread about Wack, that she reminded me a bit of my older sister years ago - when she was hurting badly for cash or the electicity was about to be shut off, she'd resort to whatever it took, even theft of funds. But Wack has exceeded even my sister's chain of unseemly events.

Wack finally did the right thing. Her political station was incompatible with her lying and thieving ways.

As a gesture of goodwill, I'll assume that she found honor enough within herself to conduct her resignation on her own.

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