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Alabama: GOP asks candidate for updated list of contributions

The Tuscaloosa News reports: The Republican Party steering committee has asked Supreme Court GOP primary candidate Tracy Cary to disclose where his campaign got the money to buy a reported $650,000 in political advertising.

Cary, challenging incumbent Justice Bill Bolin, filed a campaign finance waiver with the secretary of state?s office on Monday. The waiver states that Cary had not met the minimum threshold of contributions requiring him to itemize contributions.

Bolin?s campaign said Cary bought $650,000 worth of television advertising that started airing this week.

GOP chairman Mike Hubbard said Thursday he asked Cary to disclose his funding with an amended pre-primary report. Read the whole article --> GOP wants candidate to reveal contributions? source | TuscaloosaNews.com

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