Newsletter: The Week in Review: Trahan disclosure shines light on finances
A complaint with the Federal Election Commission filed in March by the Campaign Legal Center, a Washington, D.C.-based watchdog, argues that Trahan didn't have enough revenue and assets to cover those loans, based on her personal financial disclosures filed with the clerk of the House of Representatives. Corey Goldstone, a spokesman for the group, said Trahan's latest financial disclosure doesn't clear up the discrepancies raised in their complaint.
"This most recent filing doesn't justify her original story," Goldstone said in a statement. "We still feel that the Trahan campaign has violated federal law for failing to fully report loans, depriving voters of important information about the sources and amounts of money used to influence an election."
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