Maine Ethics Panel Rules There’s No Law Against Being A Dumpy Childish Opinionated Loser On The Internet

Dumpy childish opinionated loser on the Internet

Dumpy childish opinionated loser on the InternetAUGUSTA — A Waterville Democrat and state Senate candidate who made international news for playing the online game World of Warcraft will not face an investigation into her fundraising activities, despite a complaint filed by the Maine Republican Party. The ethics commission ruled unanimously Wednesday that no further investigation was needed into allegations that Colleen Lachowicz improperly coordinated fundraising activities with ActBlue, a national fundraising group that supports liberal causes. Lachowicz is challenging Sen. Thomas Martin, R-Benton, for the Senate District 25 seat, which covers six Kennebec and two Somerset county towns. Lachowicz made headlines around the country and world last month when Republicans called attention to her online gaming character Santiaga in the game World of Warcraft. On Oct. 4, the Maine Republican Party called her participation in the game “a bizarre double life,” claiming that she had a “disturbing alter-ego.” (read more at Kennebec Journal)