Raw Story reports:
The FEC has asked Jordan’s campaign committee to explain large accounting discrepancies between reports filed several years ago and amended reports filed earlier this year, showing differences of hundreds of thousands of dollars, reported Cleveland.com.
“The campaign has filed an amendment with the FEC to correct its campaign finance reports going back to 2018,” said Jordan’s campaign manger Kevin Eichinger in a statement.”
Jordan raised $733,416 in the two years before Trump took office and spent $422,967, leaving $1.2 million in his treasury, but his campaign took in $1,241,417 and spent $1,809,464 in the next two years — mostly from Ohio — as he became known as a fierce defender of the GOP president.
GOP Rep. Jim Jordan’s campaign faces questions over accounting discrepancies that exceed $100,000 https://t.co/RdF7paX8mv
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