In an interview that just aired with Fox News anchor Jane Skinner, Colorado Senate candidate Andrew Romanoff admitted to Skinner that the e-mail address redacted on the e-mail sent to him by White House Deputy Chief of Staff Jim Messina was in fact sent from a White House account. Not the Democratic National Committee or a personal account.
The address is important as those probing the incident of “jobs for favors” surrounding the candidacy of Romanoff and Pennsylvania Congressman Joe Sestak will seek to determine if laws were violated — laws that include the illegal use of the federal government in offering the jobs.
That use would include government e-mail accounts. Like the one Messina used to contact Romanoff.
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