Tampa News Friday, February 2
Tampa News TLDR / Table of Contents
- Zombie Campaigns | Investigations | Tampa Bay Times
- I t’s been more than a decade since South Florida Rep. Mark Foley was forced out of Congress for sending sexual text messages to teenage boys.
- campaign, FEC, FEC rules, campaign spending, Campaign Legal Center
- WWE’s Titus O’Neil wants to inspire kids with Marvel’s Black Panther
- Black Panther, Marvel superhero movie, black superhero movie, movie Black Panther, Titus ONeil
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- unspent campaign contributions, Twitter Mobile, Trump supporters, shocking investigation, old version
Tweeted At: Thu Feb 01 21:12:00 +0000 2018
Author: Christopher O’Donnell
- In their political afterlife, former politicians and their staffers are hoarding unspent campaign donations for years and using them to finance their lifestyles, advance new careers and pay family members, an investigation by the Tampa Bay Times, 10News WTSP and TEGNA-owned TV stations found.
- Former Rep. Ron Paul , R-Texas, still has an active presidential campaign account that he used to pay almost $16,170 to his daughter through 2017, five years after he last sought office.
- Six campaign finance experts told Times/WTSP reporters that some of the zombie campaign spending was a potential election-law violation that should have been investigated by the FEC.
- Since Tallon was no longer campaigning, some of his spending looks like personal use of campaign funds, said Adav Noti, a former attorney for the FEC who is now a senior director at the Campaign Legal Center.
- Former independent Sen. Joe Lieberman of Connecticut and Rep. Charlie Norwood, R-Ga., both donated more than 90 percent of their money to charity and closed their campaigns within a year of leaving office.
Tweeted At: Fri Feb 02 00:00:01 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2018-02-01T12:40:00+00:00
Author: Jamal Thalji
- But hes never seen a movie like Black Panther, the latest Marvel superhero movie set to hit theaters Feb. 16.
- FROM 2017: WWEs Titus ONeil wants kids to hear the same words that set him straight – – He and Alicia “Joy” McDowell are working together on a Tampa Bay-focused part of the #BlackPantherChallenge, a nationwide movement to raise money to help children see the movie together.
- Bullard especially wants to help children from low-income families who attend Title I schools because “those kids dont get a lot of stuff.”
- The movie Black Panther is a first in many ways: Its Marvels first black superhero movie, cast mostly with black actors led by a black director.
- So far Bullard said he and McDowell have raised enough money to take 500 kids ages 13-18 (sorry adults) to see the movie in theaters in Tampa, Brandon and Wesley Chapel.
Tweeted At: Thu Feb 01 00:30:10 +0000 2018
Author: Jan 31
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