Officials of the Republican Party of Wisconsin last week announced they have filed a complaint with the Wisconsin Ethics Commission against the political action committee One Vote at a Time and 23 state Democratic campaigns, including that of Assembly District 42 candidate Ann Groves Lloyd.
Mark Morgan, executive director of the Republican Party of Wisconsin, said the complaint stems from allegations that One Vote at a Time provided in-kind services for the campaigns – free video production services – and did not report it either as an in-kind contribution or an incurred obligation.
The Republican Party of Wisconsin accused the campaigns of accepting contributions values “far outside the limits allowed under Wisconsin law,” Morgan said.
Neither Groves Lloyd nor any other representative from her campaign organization, Ann for Wisconsin, responded to the Daily Register’s requests for comment.
Groves Lloyd, of Lodi, is challenging Rep. Jon Plumer, R-Lodi, in the Assembly District 42 election on Nov. 6. In a special election held in June, Plumer defeated Groves Lloyd 53 to 45 percent.