Bob Lewis with the Associated Press breaks the list of charges issued by State Central Committee against Chairman Jeff Frederick:
The first claim in the complaint obtained by The Associated Press alleges that Frederick’s own company processed online donations to the Republican Party of Virginia and, for several weeks, retained 7 percent of the money while he assured members of the party executive committee that his firm was not a party vendor.
The second charge is related, alleging he did not fully comply with an executive committee directive last fall to disclose all of the state party’s pending and existing contracts with vendors.
In a statement by the party today, Frederick called those and other charges “false and without merit.” He declined to comment on the individual allegations.
Bearing Drift has the content of the letter. The allegations are damning to say the least. WOW.
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Jeff Frederick argues that his pending removal on April 4, 2009, is about petty issues. The ten points outlined in the below article from Virginia AP write Bob Lewis suggest serious financial improprieties with a Frederick affiliated company pocketing a percentage of RPV loot on the D-L ……..Frederick thinks this is petty???? WOW, this is damning for Jeff Frederick. We need a competent conservative to head RPV, NOW!!
Seems as if the transparency issues with which-consultants-get-what are an issue… moreso because Frederick’s own firm seems to be benefiting on the face of things.
UPDATE x2: Virginia Virtucon adds to the list of shocked conservative voices, noting “(t)his is why he’s likely to be removed from office.”
UPDATE x3: John Taylor over at Tertium Quids compares the new hunt for a GOP chairman with that of a dead cat:
As far as the battle over who is going to be the party chair, let’s be real. With the Titanic already slipping beneath the waves, with fundraising for the party becoming increasingly problematic, with the conservative grassroots already indicating that they are willing to stay at home on election day if the Republicans on the ballot are not also conservatives, and with any chairman’s chief antagonists not being Democrats, but the dissed faction within his own party, the members of the GOP may find that no serious-minded adult with a pulse would consider being the leader of such a dysfunctional cluster ….
I’m sure the phrase Mr. Taylor was looking for was “cluster of popcorn” — or something to that effect.