Change to Win's Statement
The union where Blagojevich wanted to work has put out a statement: "No one connected with Change to Win ever considered, discussed or promised ...
The union where Blagojevich wanted to work has put out a statement:
"No one connected with Change to Win ever considered, discussed or promised any position at Change to Win to Governor Blagojevich, his staff or his advisers. In the affidavit released by the United States Attorney, a position at Change to Win is discussed only in conversations between the governor and his advisers. The first time Change to Win learned of any of the matters raised in the criminal complaint was with today's public release of the affidavit."
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