Bartow County Tea Party Director Gail Engelhardt and local resident Paul Nally are asking a probate judge to set a warrant hearing for alleged criminal violations by Cartersville City schools employees and board members.
Thursday, January 24
Bartow County Tea Party Director Gail Engelhardt and local resident Paul Nally, the pair who took a Bartow Schools board member to court, have filed another lawsuit, which takes aims at Cartersville City Schools employees and board members. Superintendent Howard Hinesley and employee Lisa Bell, who also serves as foreman of the grand jury, in addition to school board members are named in the filing, which is attached and request a warrant hearing in Bartow County Probate Court. The allegations relate to Engelhardt's request to convene the grand jury to hear evidence of "alleged criminal activities" by the Bartow County school board and other county officials and subsequent happenings, outlined in the attached court document. "We believe in…
Bartow County Tea Party Director Gail Engelhardt released a statement along with two letters requesting investigations of alleged voter fraud by the county school board.
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Letters Bartow County Tea Party Director Gail Engelhardt sent to the grand jury and U.S. Attorney allege a "serious violation of voter fraud" by the county school board. The move follows a successful bid for a Superior Court hearing to determine if Post 5 representative Anna Sullivan, who was appointed in February, can retain her seat and seek election in November. Engelhardt alleges in the letters, attached as .pdfs, that Sullivan's is the second appointment in about six years that violated a legal requirement for a special election to fill a vacant seat. In a press release, Engelhardt writes: At the school board meeting the evening of 6-18-12, Dr. Nelson lightly touched upon a couple of issues facing the Board. The first item was the …