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82 PA Candidates Miss Campaign Finance Report Deadline

The Department of State receives and files campaign finance reports for state legislature, governor, lieutenant governor and committees expending money to influence state elections.

Eighty two candidates or their authorized committees failed to file timely campaign finance reports for the period ending May 9, state officials announced Friday.

The Department of State receives and files campaign finance reports for state legislature, governor, lieutenant governor and committees expending money to influence state elections. 

All candidates on the primary election ballot for those offices must submit campaign finance reports for the period ending May 9, the second Friday before the primary election.

“No person shall be deemed elected to a public office until all of the campaign finance reports and statements required to be filed have been filed,” according to the Pennsylvania Department of State.

“A candidate or candidate’s committee is considered noncompliant with the campaign finance reporting law if a late fee is owed or the required report has not been submitted for the current reporting cycle.  Once the candidate or authorized committee has met all obligations, the candidate or authorized committee will be removed from this list,” state officials said in a press release.

Click here to view the list of candidates who failed to meet the reporting deadline.

John Teets May 18, 2014 at 04:17 PM
The Dems win the incompetence battle in a landsllide - 62 to 16. There almost always late to their own campaign appearances, cannot balance a checkbook, or think independently. They also cannot obey the law.
Adam Swope May 18, 2014 at 08:10 PM
When leaving a snooty, condescending post calling out your opposing political party for being incompetent and dumb, maybe try to get your "there/their/they're" correct? I believe you meant to say "They're almost always late...". Of course, the other option would be to keep your venom to yourself in the future.
John Fox May 19, 2014 at 11:58 AM
Adam Swope: Argumentum Ad Hominem

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