June 13, 2005


Frist Filings Raise Questions

"In a decision experts say violated federal campaign regulations," Sen. Majority Leader Bill Frist (R-TN) "filed reports with the Federal Elections Commission that made it difficult for his contributors and political foes to determine just how bad off his campaign finances were," the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.

"The Frist campaign's reversal of fortunes, traced through bank documents and often incomplete and inaccurate campaign disclosure forms, centers on three key decisions Frist made in 2000 that ultimately drained away much of the money entrusted to him by his supporters."

"The situation raises the question of whether Frist... was cavalier with other people's money while protecting his own."










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