Both Alex Talmadge and Ken Smukler will speak with the Ethics Board today about their role in the anti-Tom Knox movement.
Smukler tells us he's in ethics board interim executive director J. Shane Creamer Jr.'s office now. He's expected to discuss how it came to pass that a Bob Brady operative gave advice to people about setting up groups to attack his boss' opponent.
And, Talmadge just put out a press release announcing an 11 a.m. news conference outside of the ethics board office to call on the American Civil Liberties Union to step in to help get Smukler's anti-Knox ad on the air. Talmadge plans to file an injunction next week, he says.
We're in our special Northeast Philadelphia bunker, so we won't be making it.