Koh to Trahan: Prove You Didn’t Break Law, and I Won’t Run

The Lowell Sun

Koh is zeroing in on campaign finance issues that have dogged Trahan. The representative is facing complaints from watchdogs over the $371,000 she reportedly loaned her campaign, including a significant infusion in the two weeks before the September primary that gave her an advantage over Koh. The complaints, filed earlier this year by the Campaign Legal Center and the Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust, allege the Lori Trahan for Congress Committee failed to timely disclose bank loans and three asset accounts in her May 2018 filings and may have violated campaign contribution limits. The items were later included in Trahan’s annual financial disclosure report filed in May of this year.

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