Skip to comments.Board: N Carolina lawmaker didnít disclose $140K in activity
Posted on 10/18/2018 9:13:27 AM PDT by Libloather
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) North Carolinas elections board sent to prosecutors Wednesday the case of a state House member whom investigators allege failed to report over $140,000 in campaign contributions expenditures over several years.
The elections panel voted unanimously to send their findings involving Democratic Rep. Rodney Moore of Charlotte and his campaign to the Mecklenburg County district attorney for possible charges.
The board decided there is clear and convincing evidence that false campaign reports were signed while treated under oath as complete and correct, as well as that unlawful spending of campaign contributions occurred.
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The story would be written much differently for a Republican.
The headline would have been: Republican Lawmaker didn’t disclose...
Well, come on, give the guy a break... Democrats gotta lie or steal in order to keep up their creds!
Nothing will happen, Mecklenburg County.
“I think thats ludicrous because first, I dont know how to do that, [...not successfully, at least] she said in a phone interview...”
Get the word out......falsifying official documents is the standard criminal MO to hide bigger crimes.
Close to home Ma. I really have started to H A T E these people . . .
Click on this legit link to view his profile...
Hey, Trump will be there tonight for rally. Wonder if he will mention
lol...right? Maybe sort of like these that make it sound like a little ole 35k fine..no biggie...then you read it is for a 1.2 million dollar loan not disclosed to his campaign...smdh
Each count against Moore is the lowest grade of felony.
Convictions would not necessarily require prison time.
Just PETTY crimes .... LOL
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