A national organization says Georgia has one of America’s toughest ethics laws.
State House incumbent Jill Chambers, R-Atlanta, "personally profits from taxpayer money."
Says Will Rasmussen falsely claimed he had lived in the West Linn district for about a year.
"Your tellers were paid kickbacks for directing elderly consumers from ... safe deposits to risky ones."
The lawyer who brought the case against NationsBank said "publicly that Alex Sink had nothing to do with the case, had nothing to do with the situation and didn't know about the problems."
Darryl Hicks had seven ethics violations and didn't pay most of the fines.
Lizbeth Benacquisto "broke election law 105 times, hiding special interest contributors."
Says Rick Perry told students he couldn't attend a gubernatorial forum due to scheduling conflicts, then on forum day "tweeted that he'd just been running with his dog."
The Republican election platform "was actually written with the help of a former lobbyist for AIG and a former lobbyist for Exxon-Mobil."
After Hurricane Katrina, "Dallas and San Antonio took in 5,000 to 10,000 refugees each, but (Bill) White brought in 250,000 and put them up in his 'buddies' empty apartment buildings and let the federal government pay their rents for over two years. They did not return to New Orleans, most of them are on welfare."
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