More complaints filed against Treasurer Dennis Milligan | Arkansas Blog

Saturday, October 10, 2015

More complaints filed against Treasurer Dennis Milligan

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DID MULLIGAN DO RIGHT?: New complaints say otherwise.
  • DID MULLIGAN DO RIGHT?: New complaints say otherwise.
Stu Soffer, a Pine Bluff Republican, continues to press his campaign for action against Treasurer Dennis Milligan on his complaints that Milligan violated ethics rules in his political campaigns.

Soffer sent me and others yesterday his complaint to the state Ethics Commission that a campaign worker, Jason Brady then a lobbyist for the American Cancer Society Cancer Network and now a top aide to Milligan, did off-the-books work for the Milligan campaign. A separate complaint to federal tax authorities alleges Brady, working for a nonprofit, did political activity on the nonprofit's time.

An ethics complaint is already pending against Milligan over campaign activities in an earlier race for circuit clerk in Saline County.

John Lyon of the Arkansas News Bureau summarizes.

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