Chairwoman Of Alabama Democratic Party Indicted For Felony And Misdemeanor

Nancy Worley is the former Alabama secretary of state. She is also the chairwoman of the state Democratic Party. She was recently indicted by a grand jury and ultimately turned herself in to authorities.

WSFA News reports:

Nancy Worley Indicted, Turns Herself In

Former Secretary of State Nancy Worley turned herself in at the Montgomery County Jail Thursday and was released on bond. Her surrender comes after a grand jury indicted Worley on charges stemming from her unsuccessful campaign for re-election last year.

During her four years in office, she faced a slew of complaints. They ranged from criticism of her selection of a gas guzzling S-U-V that the state paid for to low morale of a number of employees who were unhappy. One of those was Ed Packard. “I’m hoping that what this means is that the law that protects state employees is going to be enforced.”

The indictment charges that Worley broke that law when she wrote a letter to her employees with the words underlined saying, “I want to ask for your support and your vote in the June 2006 Democratic Primary Election.”

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She went on to say she had always requested them not to discriminate against anyone because of his or her politics, race, religion, social status, thus she says, “If you choose to support another candidate you have every right to make that decision without any problems from me.”

Nothing to see here, folks. Just another corrupt Democrat official.

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