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DA investigates campaign contributions and spending of Republican candidate

The Anniston Star reports: A prosecutor says he is investigating a Republican candidate for the District 13 seat in the state Senate for potential violations of the Fair Campaign Practices Act.

Fifth Judicial Circuit District Attorney Paul Jones, whose office serves Randolph and Chambers counties, parts of which are within the Senate District 13, said he'd received several complaints about Heflin candidate Tim Sprayberry's use of campaign funds. ...

Jones said by email that during the review of public records including Sprayberry's filings with the Alabama Secretary of State, he'd found what appeared to be donations that have not been reported, as well as questionable or unexplained use of the campaign funds. -- Anniston Star - Randolph Chambers prosecutor investigating Heflin candidate on campaign funds

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