After Nickolaus stepped aside, Command Central LLC, the Minnesota election software vendor, wasn't able to arrange training for other county staffers until late August, Cummings said. That led the county to hire Command Central to program the software itself for the May 8 recall primary, the June 5 recall general election and the upcoming Aug. 14 primary, at a cost of $237,300, he said.
Monday, July 09, 2012
How the GOP saves money. Costs taxpayers $256,300 in Waukesha.
Investigating, fixing Nickolaus election errors to cost $256,300 - JSOnline
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