Colorado Springs Senate candidate tied to campaign fine

[Article published in the Colorado Springs Gazette, 10/10/15] Colorado Springs Senate candidate tied to campaign fine DENVER – Bob Gardner, former state representative and a state Senate candidate, is tied to a $9,700 unpaid fine for a campaign finance violation.  … Matt Arnold, director of Campaign Integrity Watchdog, has filed a complaint in the 4th Judicial District to compel someone to pay the $9,700 fine. “Bob Gardner and Sarah Jack are the two people who … continue…

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Serial Scofflaws Robert Gardner and Sarah Jack headed back to Court

Serial Scofflaws Robert Gardner and Sarah Jack headed back to Court Former Rep. Bob Gardner, current state senate candidate and campaign finance case loser, faces separate charges for defying court orders to pay penalties and for new violations of state law. Just over a year ago, then-State Representative Bob Gardner lost a major campaign finance case brought by Campaign Integrity Watchdog against a sham “social welfare organization” formed by Gardner and his very close associate, … continue…

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The Lawmaker is a Lawbreaker? Rep. Bob Gardner loses Campaign Finance Complaint, fined nearly $10,000

The Lawmaker is a Lawbreaker? Rep. Bob Gardner loses Campaign Finance Complaint to local elections integrity group, Campaign Integrity Watchdog In a ruling released on Friday, 8 August 2014, Campaign Integrity Watchdog achieved a victory for integrity and accountability in campaigning, as a sham “social welfare organization” claiming tax exemption was held to be a political committee violating the Colorado Constitution and state statute (the Fair Campaign Practices Act, or FCPA). The self-styled “nonprofit” group, … continue…

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