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In keeping with my practice of performing a valuable public service I have saved all of you a trip to City Hall and $5.00 in copying costs.
Here are the candidate's campaign finance reports.
Both reports were received by the City Clerk's office yesterday.
Curiously, the Didier report is dated March 17.
Therefore it conveniently excludes any disclosures about the March 19th fundraiser.
You know - the one where the candidate was caught playing hooky from her city duties.
So the question of the day is this:
Why is the Didier Campaign making the voters wait on this information until after the election?
I'm wondering when the mainstream media is going to start paying attention to these shenanigans.
Edit- The Didier report is in-fact compliant. The cut-off for the reporting period is the 17th. The cut-off for the filing date is the 24th.
No cover-up. My error.
We'll have to wait until after the election for the answer to the question of the day.