A few days ago, I blogged about the fact that Maryland Delegate Wade Kach, a forty-year veteran of the Maryland General Assembly now running for Baltimore County Council, sent out a campaign mailing in which he inappropriately offered his official state legislative email address as the response vehicle for a campaign questionnaire.
Well, Kach just sent out an email edition of the same communication he snail mailed to voters earlier.
When you click on the email link, guess which email address comes up?
Clearly the man is either arrogant, clueless, or both. Sitting on the floor of the Maryland House of Delegates and using a state-issued smartphone or laptop to field campaign inquiries is not what I would call doing the job he was elected, and reelected, to do.
Will someone who received either the mailed or emailed version of this communication contact the Joint Committee on Legislative Ethics and report this outrageous behavior?