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Tuesday, August 05, 2008

Michael Brodkorb Once Bounced Check to Minnesota Campaign Finance Board

The Raindog notes on DU:

Michael Brodkorb, the paid GOP operative who is quick to jump on the slightest bookeeping error by Al Franken, once bounced a check to the Minnesota Campaign Finance Board. Now what kind of lowlife political operative would bounce a check to the very board that's supposed to enforce campaign finance laws? Or is he just inept?

Brodkorb paid a $30 fine to the CFB for his transgression. From the CFB minutes of July 24, 1998:

Michael Brodkorb, payment of insufficient funds and service fee: $30

Sound the alarm!

Let the pearl clutching begin. Now isn't that just ducky?


Aaron said...

I can't say I'm at all surprised.

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