Michelle Ugenti-Rita, center facing camera, as the House prepares to vote to possibly expel a member for sexual harassment in Phoenix, Arizona, Feb. newspaper and a number of others also complained about inappropriate behavior and comments by Shooter.
Former newspaper publisher Mi-Ai Parrish, who is Asian-American, wrote in a column online that Shooter told her last year during a meeting in his office that he had done everything on his "bucket list," except for "those Asian twins in Mexico." The investigation substantiated some of the allegations, but not all.
Representative Don Shooter of Yuma is believed to be the first state lawmaker in the U. to be voted out of his seat since the #Me Too movement against sexual misconduct began last fall.
Other legislators nationwide have resigned or been stripped of their leadership posts after being accused of misconduct. And to the best of my knowledge, I've never betrayed that trust, never, never.
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Shooter's letter Shooter has denied sexual harassment but acknowledged that he had made "jarring, insensitive and demeaning" comments.
He asked for the investigation after Ugenti-Rita said he propositioned her.