2 DUI convictions in Illinois gets you a mandatory prison stay and pretty much zero chance of getting a license for years.
The goal is to show Government is not competent.
Do not confuse your socially insignificant private summer job with a government appointment to a senior managerial position.
Man, if you can equate a $80,000 salaried position to your summer job, that must have been on kickass golf course.
The worst you could have done to fuck things up is to maybe wear the wrong golf pants.
Why does only the appearance of impropriety in hiring seem to matter to anyone anymore?
" ... 'These DUI laws are not doing our small businesses in our state any good at all. They are destroying them. They are destroying a way of life that has been in Montana for years and years.'"
"For elections where more than 1,000 votes are cast, if the margin is not more than .5%, the initiator does not pay a fee; if it is between 0.5 and 2.0%, the fee is $5 per ward; and if it is greater than 2%, they pay the entire cost of the recount."
County #reported #tot vProsser v Klopenburg wards unreported
Waukesha 130 198 81,255 73% 29,332 27% 68
Dane 207 248 45,503 27% 124,880 73% 41
Eau Claire 20 61 2,837 40% 4,250 60% 41
Marathon 108 140 16,368 54% 14,032 46% 32
Washington 19 38 21,425 77% 6,555 23% 19
Milwaukee 473 486 93,255 44% 120,453 56% 13
Wood 44 56 5,710 49% 5,841 51% 12
Racine 53 63 19,606 54% 16,626 46% 10
JoAnne Kloppenburg told supporters to go home and get some sleep because the race remained too close to call tonight.
Kloppenburg said The Associated Press told her it would not call the race tonight with pockets of votes around the state yet to be counted.
“We won’t know until tomorrow,” she told the crowd with unofficial returns showing her trailing narrowly.
“It’s not over yet. We’re still hopeful. Let’s all get a good night’s sleep and see what tomorrow brings.”
By 4 p.m. Wednesday, municipal clerks must deliver all their materials to the offices of county clerks around the state.
By 9 a.m. Thursday, county boards of canvassers have to start meeting and making an official report on ward by ward vote totals. Those reports will be sent to the Accountability Board. The Accountability Board technically has until May 15 to certify the results, but Kennedy said a recount could begin as soon as Tuesday.
In one twist, state law calls for Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson to appoint the state judge who would hear the case if the loser of a recount in a statewide election goes to court over the outcome. Abrahamson and Prosser have clashed on the court. Prosser's private remark calling Abrahamson a "total bitch" was the subject of a recent political ad attacking Prosser.
The statute says the appeals process outlined above is the "exclusive judicial remedy" in the case of a recount dispute. It does not explicitly say whether the finding of the Court of Appeals could then be appealed to the state Supreme Court, on which Prosser sits.
But Kennedy of the Accountability Board says he understands the law to mean that a decision by the Court of Appeals on the state Supreme Court race could in fact be appealed to the state Supreme Court.
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