ELIZABETH – An administrative law judge dismissed an ethics complaint against Elizabeth Assistant School Superintendent Jerome Dunn that dates back to his 2011 Democratic primary challenge against state Sen. Raymond Lesniak, according to a Star-Ledger report.
A supporter of Lesniak accused Dunn of obtaining and using privileged school district information for get-out-the-vote activities and violating conflict of interest laws by identifying himself as assistant superintendent on automated campaign phone calls, according to the report.
School district employees and contractors offered testimony that these claims were outright fabrications, the report said.
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