Former Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker aide and campaign worker, Kelly Rindfleisch is in hot water. As deputy chief of staff for pre-Gov. Scott Walker (then-Milwaukee County executive), Rindfleisch did campaign work on the job, for which she is now facing misconduct charges:
Kelly Rindfleisch, a former Walker staffer, was charged with four felony counts of misconduct in public office. Another staffer was charged with two misdemeanor counts of political solicitation by a public employee. And both have been accused of fundraising activities, which is a no-no when you do that while working at a taxpayer-funded job.
Associates of Scotty’s were accused of using personal laptop computers and an unofficial “secret e-mail system” to solicit money for Walker’s campaign and that of Brett Davis, who was running for lieutenant governor.
All this happened right under Walker’s anti-union nose.
That was from a previous TPC post back in March.
Rindfleisch is the owner of National Lending Solutions, and the business address for that company is identical to the address of First American Funding Company, which allegedly contacted more than a million consumers on the state's No Call List with mortgage solicitations.
First American Funding is owned by Michael Eisenga.
The plot sickens:
COLUMBUS (WKOW) -- A former aide and campaign worker for Governor Scott Walker ... registered a business with ties to the largest violator of the state's No Call List. [...]
Columbia County court records show tax warrants filed by the Department of Revenue against Eisenga list the address of the Republican Party of Columbia County.
The rest of the details are at the link.