Ethics Committee to Rule on Trahan by Dec. 17

The Eagle-Tribune

In addition to the Ethics Committee investigation, the Federal Election Commission is also looking into Trahan's activities. The Campaign Legal Center, a Washington, D.C.-based watchdog, filed a complaint with the Federal Elections Commission last spring, arguing Trahan didn’t have enough revenue and assets to cover the $300,000 in loans to her campaign, based on personal financial disclosures filed with the clerk of the U.S. House of Representatives. Trahan lashed out in a statement Monday afternoon, saying the review by the Ethics Committee "involves the same issues raised by a right-wing group formerly headed by Donald Trump's Acting Attorney General with a long history of attacking Democrats."

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