With the primary election just days away, one of the most highly contested races is heating Up. Two of the candidates running for Senate District Seat 15 are disputing whether a mailer sent out to Allen county voters is truthful.
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Brown wanted to set the record straight after her opponent sent out a mailer Friday claiming that Brown has never mediated a case.
“When you look at the mailer that was sent out you see that it was sourced and that we credited those sources. We thought what we sent out was a fair and factual piece.
Vogt is referencing a state database that tracks how many cases every mediator in the state has mediated. However, the records show that Brown hasn’t mediated a case.
“I don’t dispute the fact that she’s a registered mediator but when you look at the website that tracks the registration and talks about how many cases they’ve had, it shows that she charges $100 an hour and it shows there are zero cases tried,” said Vogt.
“The facts were misstated that I have never mediated a case and that’s patently not true,” said Brown
Brown supplied County records of her previous mediation work, showing that she in fact has served as a mediator. However, Vogt is standing his ground.
“All I can go by is what the state of
“This isn’t about improving my chances, this is about getting the facts and telling the truth to the voters,” said Brown.