Josh Mandel is facing more scrutiny about how he’s juggling politics with his day job.
The AP dropped a story Wednesday that the treasurer “hasn’t attended a single monthly meeting” of a board that decides which banks will hold billions in state deposits. “It’s common to send a designee to most meetings, but the total absence of Mandel, a first-term Republican, makes him unique among modern-era treasurers,” writes Julie Carr Smyth.
This is another opening for Democrats to paint the thirty-three-year-old Republican as someone who consistently puts his own political interests over the job he was elected to.
What makes the punch even cleaner?
It would bea feat if he was able to make both events.
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