Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Broad Georgia ethics probe targets Abrams — and her backers

Via Billy

The head of Georgia’s ethics commission has filed a spate of subpoenas targeting groups led by Stacey Abrams and the chairwoman of the state Democratic Party, prompting criticism that he’s trying to exact political revenge against Republican Gov. Brian Kemp’s political opponents.
The subpoenas obtained by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution were filed on April 26 by new ethics chief David Emadi and seek extensive financial, bank and payroll records from the Abrams’ campaign, which raised roughly $30 million in last year’s race against Kemp.

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  1. The local talk radio is responsible for keeping this alive. It boils down to converting the surplus campaign money to the pockets of loyal staffers and family until they had burned through the millions of unused campaign funds.