Connecticut: FEC sends inquiries to Lieberman and Lamont
The Hartford Courant reports: The Federal Election Commission is questioning whether Sen. Joseph I. Lieberman and Democratic challenger Ned Lamont fully disclosed all their contributions during their U.S. Senate campaigns.
The FEC requests, contained in letters to each campaign, are considered routine. ...
The commission, though, wanted to know about two kinds of details it found lacking in his reports.
In one case, it found "one or more contributions that appear to exceed the limits." The letter advised the senator that any excess needed to be refunded or "redesignated" for another election.
Generally, no individual can give more than $2,100 per candidate per election during the 2006 cycle. -- courant.com | Lieberman, Lamont Questioned On Disclosure Of Contributions