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New Jersey & Texas: Earle subpoenas NJ campaign records for DeLay case

The Gloucester County Times reports: In a development that raised few eyebrows in New Jersey politics, prosecutors have subpoenaed campaign finance records covering 2001 through 2003 from the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission.

The difference this time?

It came from Ronnie Earle, the Travis County, Texas, district attorney leading an investigation of alleged money laundering and campaign finance violations by former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay. ...

The records requested detail contributions and expenditures involving the Republican National State Elections Committee during the years covered. The organization was an arm of the Republican National Committee used to funnel money into state election coffers; whether it was still extent was unclear. -- DeLay's Jersey dealings checked

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