I don't think there's evidence of any more than incompetence. But it's a level of incompetence that is just as bad as if it were deliberate. Like I said, it's clear that things are worse with her help than without it. Basically, she came in thinking she knew everything and in effect took over the operation of the whole state. Since Leslie Roszman is still the state coordinator, and Kerri is only the coordinator for SE Michigan, this never should have happened. But I think Leslie may be too nice of a person to confront her. Kerri has consistently demanded that everyone who wants to be involved in helping the official campaign must do the things she wants. Usually her ideas don't make sense. And when people ask her questions, she gives these condescending pat answers that reveal she's too clueless to understand what they were really getting at. For example, right after she got here in early December she realized that the deadline for voter registration was Dec. 15 and decided that we needed to drop all campaign activities and commit all of our efforts to a massive voter registration drive, like we're MTV Rock the Vote or something. When people asked her why it's worth the time to register people who don't support Ron Paul she replied by saying, "If they aren't registered they can't vote for him." (Well, yeah, but that doesn't answer the question.) On conference calls when people brought up the suggestion of getting organized in how we will run our get out the vote efforts, she replied, "Well, I know there's this video on the official website that talks about that, but since we started so late here, we don't have time to worry about that." Once again, totally clueless. I knew she was wrong because I and the local volunteers I'd been working with had already been collecting phone numbers from supporters and potential supporters we met, asking them if we could call them to remind them to vote on election day. We're going to call them ourselves. Kerri didn't like that idea because she had never thought of it. Kerri also wanted to make a major statewide effort to communicate RP's pro-life stance. When one member expressed the thought on the michigan4ronpaul message board that there may be other issues that will win more votes, she had their post deleted. In Southwest Michigan, circumstances that had gone on earlier in the Fall left a big vacuum of leadership for only meetup group centered in Berrien county (and there never was one in Cass county). So our Michiana for Ron Paul group, which is pretty big and well-organized and includes people from both of those counties as well as Indiana (where most of it's members are from) made a point of concentrating all of its efforts there. Since October, we have been the only group campaigning in those counties and have had at least 10 events in them, including canvassing every decent sized town. Two of us were appointed as the Berrien and Cass county coordinators and provided with lists of contacts of people in those counties that had been in touch with the national campaign. We were to integrate them into the canvassing efforts and provide them with yard signs and literature. Last week, at the 11th hour, at the order of Kerri they removed us from those positions because we don't reside in Michigan. They assigned new people to those positions who had no idea what to do. Now after 4 weeks of Kerri giving us the run around about how all the signs and lit. we need we be here any day, it just came in the past two days, and now these completely uninitiated county coordinators have to figure out what to do with them.