Nutter From The North Apparently On The Wrong Side Of Our Silly Laws Also Too
Miller late in filing disclosure with Senate
U.S. Senate candidate Joe Miller still hasn’t filed the required forms meant to allow the public a glimpse at the investments, personal wealth and potential conflicts of interest of those who want to represent them. They were due months ago. “It was a simple oversight; we’re already working on it, and it will be filed as soon as possible,” Miller campaign spokesman Randy DeSoto said Wednesday.
Miller was required to file the disclosures with the Senate records office and ethics committee after receiving more than $5,000 in campaign contributions. Miller passed that threshold in April and did not ask for an extension.
There’s a $200 penalty for filing even one month past the due date and failing to file the disclosure forms entirely can result in a fine of up to $50,000.