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Supreme Court runner-up still has $40K to explain

Supreme Court runner-up still has $40K to explain
December 1, 2010 --

Lawrenceville attorney Tammy Lynn Adkins got 735,000 votes Nov. 2 for a seat on the Georgia Supreme Court without spending a nickel. But she still hasn’t explained what she did with nearly $40,000 from her previous political campaign. Adkins will have to explain it to the State Ethics Commission, in response to an ethics complaint filed a couple weeks ago.

Deal refunds $130K in excess donations cited in ethics complaint

Deal refunds $130K in excess donations cited in ethics complaint
November 2, 2010 --

Gubernatorial candidate Nathan Deal has refunded $130,000 in campaign contributions that allegedly exceeded the legal limit. A campaign disclosure filed shortly before midnight Monday shows Deal returned many of the contributions cited in an Oct. 19 complaint to the State Ethics Commission. The refunds included more than $80,000 from three businessmen in Lawrenceville, Helena and Moultrie.

Sanford Bishop campaign drops another $30K on legal fees

Sanford Bishop campaign drops another $30K on legal fees
July 25, 2009 --

Congressman Sanford Bishop’s campaign spent another $30,000 on legal fees last month, presumably related to a GBI investigation of his stepdaughter’s job with a federally funded program, federal election records show. The campaign account paid Greenberg Traurig $25,000 in March, shortly after the investigation made news.

Speaker’s campaign spending: food, charity, consulting

Speaker's campaign spending: food, charity, consulting
July 7, 2009 --

Glenn Richardson’s been eating well. He’s writing big checks so special-needs kids can ride horses. And he’s paying a former aide’s political consulting firm that’s tangled up in a state ethics investigation. Check out the speaker’s donors and take a closer look at how he spends his campaign money.