Sheriff’s candidate fined for fundraising report

Sheriff’s candidate fined for fundraising report Tony Spurlock says ‘clerical errors’ behind mistakes Douglas County Undersheriff Tony Spurlock, one of four candidates for sheriff, was fined last month by an administrative law judge for violating the Fair Campaign Practices Act. He has since settled up. Judge Robert N. Spencer, of the Colorado Office of Administrative Courts in Denver, ruled Feb. 11 that Spurlock “failed to report all required information for several contributions of $100 or … continue…

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Douglas County Sheriff Candidate Admits Campaign Finance Violations

Douglas County Sheriff Candidate Admits Campaign Finance Violations –  AFTER Being Found Guilty on 10 Counts DENVER (CBS4) – Douglas County Undersheriff Tony Spurlock, who is hoping to become the next Douglas County sheriff, has admitted to a series of campaign finance violations which he characterizes as “clerical errors.” “What we did is wrong,” Spurlock told CBS4. “I take full responsibility for the error as it is my committee.” In a Feb. 11 ruling, a State of Colorado … continue…

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Campaign Integrity Watchdog files, fights, and wins first action

New campaign integrity watchdog group achieves success in first case Denver, Colorado — A non-partisan newcomer to the Colorado campaign ethics and election integrity oversight scene, Campaign Integrity Watchdog, successfully prosecuted their first action, holding a campaign accountable for 10 counts of campaign finance legal violations. Matt Arnold, founder and director of Campaign Integrity Watchdog, said, “Coloradans deserve better from those running for elected office. It is well known that our campaign finance system is a convoluted … continue…

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