Bob Ney's Office Equipment Sale
When former Rep. Bob Ney, the Ohio Republican who pleaded guilty to corruption charges last fall, cleaned out his campaign office, he didn't leave much behind. A report filed on May 30 with the Federal Election Commission shows that Ney's campaign made $590 on the sale of office equipment to two residents of Ohio and one from West Virginia. The sale took place last December and Ney's report should have been filed in April. Ney's committee had $36,000 in cash on hand at the end of 2006.
May 31, 2007; 11:21 AM ET
Categories: Campaign Finance
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