Scott Walker, confirmed on Wednesday that her campaign had hired Paula Zellner.
"She showed me the photos and indicated that Zellner
was the main instigator," Toeller recalled.
Police cited Zellner
for an ordinance violation.
"Why would Mary Burke hire a woman with such a troublesome background as Paula Zellner?
is a union hack of the highest order," Fraley wrote.
"Perhaps Burke is hoping that by bringing Zellner
on the team, she
quiets those rumblings."
The Racine protest was organized by Wisconsin Jobs Now!, which has been described as a union front group.
She has also worked directly for a Wisconsin division of the Service Employees International Union.
was previously subject to controversy when she
was accused of violating federal election laws in her
role as the campaign manager for Democrat Jamie Wall's unsuccessful 2012 U.S. House run.