MILWAUKEE -- State Senate candidate Elizabeth Coggs is calling on her competitors to sign a pledge for a clean campaign.
Coggs says a mailing by a special interest group out of Wauwatosa says she voted for Act 10 -- the controversial law that stripped collective bargaining rights from public sector unions.
"The flier that went out was a blatant lie. Let me repeat -- it was a lie. That is why I stand for the people and for the community. My record shows I stand for the people and for the community," Coggs said.
There is no word yet on whether the other candidates will sign the pledge.