WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Sen. Jerry Moran’s campaign has re-filed a campaign finance report after a Kansas woman found more than 200 pages missing from a federal website.
The Wichita Eagle reports Moran’s campaign found out Thursday that more than 200 pages of its July quarterly fundraising report was missing from the Federal Election Commission’s website.
The campaign re-filed the FEC report Thursday and released the missing pages to the newspaper.
Debbie Nuss, former Manhattan chapter president of the Kansas League of Women Voters, complained to the FEC, saying Moran, a Republican, didn’t disclose an itemized report of campaign expenditures.
Moran’s campaign says it’s still unclear why the pages were missing from the FEC website.
Among other things, the pages show Moran has received $3,000 from defense contractor Lockheed Martin’s political action committee.
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