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Florida: state senatorial candidate fails to file campaign finance report

The Sun-Sentinel reports: State Rep. Irv Slosberg, who has been spending his own money at a blistering pace in the race for a state Senate seat, didn't file his final campaign finance report due at midnight Friday, ahead of Tuesday's Democratic primary election.

Campaign spokeswoman Tara Krischner said Saturday that Slosberg's accountants had not completed the report, and she said she didn't know when it would be filed. ...

Slosberg had dumped $1.28 million of his own money into his campaign and spent $1.5 million as of Aug. 11, according to the campaign finance report he filed Aug. 18. Friday's report was to include contributions and expenditures by his campaign through Thursday.

Slosberg is running for state Senate District 30, which covers a large swath of southern Palm Beach County and dips into northern Broward. -- Slosberg fails to file final finance report: South Florida Sun-Sentinel

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