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Americans Elect Director Christine Todd Whitman Praises Candidate Jon Huntsman Again in 4th October Interview

With a fourth interview coming to light, the record of Americans Elect Director Christine Todd Whitman‘s non-neutrality stance is as follows:

  • October 6 2011: interview on MSNBC in which Whitman praises Republican presidential candidate Jon Huntsman and promotes Americans Elect.
  • October 13 2011: interview with Hippo Press in which Whitman praises Republican presidential candidate Jon Huntsman and promotes Americans Elect.
  • October 15 2011: interview with WMUR in which Whitman praises Republican presidential candidate Jon Huntsman.
  • October 17 2011: interview with NBC12 in which Whitman praises Republican presidential candidate Jon Huntsman.

Section 4.12 of Americans Elect corporate bylaws:

Section 4.12. Neutrality of Directors. Board members shall not communicate or act in favor of or in opposition to any candidate for President or Vice President at any time before the adjournment of the online nominating convention of Americans Elect.

When did Christine Todd Whitman join the Americans Elect Board of Directors? When did she agree to join the Board of Directors? Was this before or after she took to the airwaves to promote Americans Elect and Jon Huntsman?

Americans Elect isn’t sharing that information right now. If you find out the answer, please let me know.

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