Former Republican U.S. Senate candidate Terrence Wall just won’t go away.
Wall dropped out of the U.S. Senate race shortly after the Republican Party of Wisconsin’s 2010 convention – a convention that saw Ron “Sunspots” Johnson garner the RPW’s endorsements, but instead of quietly fading into the background, Wall has been making some noise about how Ron Johnson secured the RPW’s endorsement at the 2010 convention, as well as criticizing the way he was essentially kicked to the curb by RPW chair Reince Priebus after the emergence of Ron Johnson.
Apparently Terrence Wall isn’t done making noise in the Republican U.S. Senate primary. Earlier today, news outlets were reporting the emergence of an effort to write-in Wall’s name on the Republican U.S. Senate primary ballot on September 14th, and those outlets pointed to a website called “The People Speak.” While Wall has denied any involvement with the effort to write his name on the ballot on September 14, a quick Whois search of the registration information for “The People Speak” website shows that the site was registered by Handmade Interactive, a company based in Pasadena, California. Curiously enough, a quick look at the “About” page on Handmade Interactive’s website shows that among the company’s clients current clients is Terrence Wall for U.S. Senate:
Sure, I suppose it’s just a huge coincidence that the same California-based company that designed Terrence Wall’s U.S. Senate website just so happens to be the same company that’s behind the website for the write-in effort for Terrence Wall.
Yeah, it’s definitely just a coincidence…