Supreme Court candidate Annette Ziegler continues to demonstrate amazingly poor judgment.
Washington County officials, in response to an open records request, provided 37 pages worth of information about phone calls made from Ziegler's office -- but all the numbers were blacked out, according to Cory Liebmann at One Wisconsin Now:
A letter from Washington County Finance Director, Susan Haag, cites “strong public policy reasons for non-disclosure” and writes that every phone call placed from Ziegler’s office over a 25-month period is redacted to protect 'confidential information.'”
Ziegler could release the numbers herself, but hasn't. Washington County's interpretation of the law is more convenient for her than ensuring that the law is actually followed.
That is one more reason she should not be a Supreme Court justice.