The Iowa Ethics and Campaign Disclosure Board unanimously dismissed an ethics complaint made against Rebel Snodgrass and his former volunteer Phil Thompson.
The Iowa Ethics and Campaign Disclosure Board reprimanded Jim Mowrer for illegally maintaining a PAC and donating $1500 to his Secretary of State Campaign.
Shane Vander Hart: The Majority Rules PAC, of which Jim Mowrer apparently is still the treasurer of, endorsed his candidacy for Iowa Secretary of State. So essentially he endorsed himself. This is sad, pathetic, and a violation of Iowa law.
Ryan Foley, a reporter with the Associated Press, reported that Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate did not disclose a side business of his on his annual ethics filing last week. The Iowa Ethics and Campaign Disclosure Board cleared Pate and said his “statement is not false or fraudulent.”
Brad Anderson, former Democratic Iowa Secretary of State candidate now campaign finance reform champion, had over $1 Million spent to help see him elected.
An ethics complaint was registered against Brad Anderson, Democrat for Secretary of State candidate, citing his failure to comply with Iowa election law.
Lynda Waddington of the Iowa Independent broke the story last week that The Truth Project was going to be shown at the Iowa State House for anyone who would like to attend (legislators, staff, people in the building, etc.). She wrote: In an e-mail to supporters allegedly on behalf of Republican state Sen. Nancy Boettger […]