Mitt Romney's $100,000 Computer Purge

Wednesday, December 07, 2011

In his final days of office, then-Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney spent over $100,000 to replace the computers in the governor's mansion and to wipe the hard drives of existing computers. Not just his own, but those of eleven members of his staff. While not illegal the move is considered "unprecedented" and has been criticized by both the left and the right.  

Michael Levenson broke the story for The Boston Globe.


Michael Levenson

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