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Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Dustin McDaniel's 2014 campaign for governor

Posted By on Tue, Sep 4, 2012 at 2:31 PM

OPEN FOR BUSINESS: Dustin McDaniel web page.
  • OPEN FOR BUSINESS: Dustin McDaniel web page.

Attorney General Dustin McDaniel has already said he's running for governor in 2014. But I see he has a webpage operating already for contributions, should you be so inclined.

Funny. Page said it was paid for by McDaniel for Governor campaign. I can't find a report on file for such a creature at the secretary of state's website, but perhaps contributions and expenditures have been below the reporting threshold to date. His Leadership PAC had raised more than $360,000 at last report and spent a good bit on contributions to other candidates and extensive state fly-arounds. Republicans will have a field day in 2014 pointing to this as evidence that he was derelict in official duties while running for higher office.

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