Clarence S. Haynes, along with two other SEIU organizers, were uncovered by Media Trackers in October 2011 after they registered to vote for the contentious April 5, 2011 election using out-of-state IDs and claiming residence at a Glendale hotel.
Following the Media Trackers story, the Milwaukee District Attorney's office undertook an investigation, subpoenaing hotel records from the Glendale Residence Inn on November 4, 2011. The subpoena order and affidavit of Assistant District Attorney Bruce Landgraf indicate that the subpoenaed documents are believed to "constitute evidence of Election Law crimes in violation of 12.13 (1), Wis. Stats." 12.13 (1) of the Wisconsin Statutes details the qualifications for voting in Wisconsin.
Then, on December 19, 2011, ADA Landgraf issued both a search warrant and subpoena focusing the investigation of election law violations on Clarence S. Haynes, a Senior Organizer with SEIU who according to 2011 Labor Department documents earned a salary of $142,444 per year. A search warrant was submitted to Google for Hayne's private Gmail account citing that "Haynes' e-mail account is likely to contain information concerning his plans for residency."
Add that to all the information about the Walker recall petitions in Wisconsin that came out of True the Vote's efforts, and . . . what do you mean, you haven't heard about those?