Despite Loans, U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown’s Election Committee Still In Debt After Loss
Despite loans, U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown’s election committee still in debt after loss
U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown’s election committee is overdrawn and still owes about $17,000 to companies that worked on her failed primary bid, campaign finance reports released this week show.
That debt is on top of more than $100,000 in loans that Friends of Corrine Brown reported taking from Brown which haven’t been repaid.
The new filing, the first since Brown lost the Aug. 30 Democratic primary to Al Lawson, reflects the financial squeeze that lingers while Brown prepares for her April fraud trial.
From Aug. 10 to the end of September — the last date covered by the report — the committee spent …