Josh Mandel Gives State Jobs To Campaign Aides

Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel (R) has given two aides from his failed U.S. Senate campaign state jobs, including one who he dispatched to a basic debt class during an earlier stint working for Mandel’s state office. Mandel placed the two campaign aides in the treasurer’s office less than two weeks after he was defeated by U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D) in one of the country’s most competitive Senate races, the Dayton Daily News reports. Mandel gave campaign political director Joe Aquilino a $90,000-a-year post as deputy legal counsel and director of regional representatives, while Mandel campaign tracker Jared Borg received a $62,000-a-year post as Mandel’s deputy director of regional representatives. Aquilino worked for Mandel in the treasurer’s office as director of debt management in 2011, prior to joining the Senate campaign. Aquilino, 27, had been political director for Mandel’s 2010 treasurer’s campaign. The Huffington Post reported that Mandel had sent Aquilino to a beginner’s course in debt management in April 2011 during his previous tenure in the office. Read More…
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