Democrats call for investigation of Brodeur's Florida Senate race, 3rd party candidate

The Daytona Beach News-Journal

"What makes this situation different, what's changed over the last 10 years or so is the lack of transparency in the spending," said Aaron McKean, counsel of state and local reform for Campaign Legal Center. "It just makes it hard to expose the sham for what it is. Somebody paid for these ads. Somebody dropped tens of thousands of dollars, but we don't know who that is. What that means for voters is they don't know who is trying to influence their vote."

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