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DC: investigation of post-election contributions to Fenty

ABC 7 News reports: District officials are reviewing whether $45,000 in campaign donations made to Mayor-elect Adrian Fenty after he won the November election violated city regulations.

The D.C. Office of Campaign Finance says contributions can only be received after the elections to pay off debt.

But Fenty raised an unprecendented $3.8 million for his campaign and he reports no outstanding bills or loans. -- ABC 7 News - City Reviews Post-Election Donations to Fenty's Campaign

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