Metro Council member Jonathan Hall faces marketing campaign finance violations

A Metro Council member faces far more than a dozen potential campaign finance violations that could lead to an audit or civil penalties.

Council member Jonathan Hall, who represents District 1, unsuccessful to file numerous required economic stories on time — or at all — throughout election cycles in 2018 and 2019, in accordance to a letter despatched to Hall in December by Bureau of Ethics and Campaign Finance Executive Director Monthly bill Youthful.

A listening to in Hall’s scenario is set for following 7 days. 

Of the monetary studies that Hall’s marketing campaign did file, some absence needed donor and vendor facts and itemization of expenditures. Some contain unexplained discrepancies deemed “troubling” by Assistant District Attorney Normal Brian Ewald, who done a preliminary investigation into the complaints previous summer season.

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