What is Dan Ahlers problem with open government? Ahlers campaign tardy on filing campaign finance reports AGAIN.

From the Federal Elections Commission, US Senate candidate Dan Ahlers is not setting a good example for open government, in that he can’t seem to file his campaign finance reports on time:

He was late on his October Quarterly report, and now he’s late again on his pre-general report.

8 thoughts on “What is Dan Ahlers problem with open government? Ahlers campaign tardy on filing campaign finance reports AGAIN.”

  1. Has Noem turned in the addresses for her donors yet? She is breaking the law if she isn’t collecting addresses when she collects a check. Let me know when that thread gets posted on here.

  2. Hey Anonymous. How about staying on point. Why does Dan not file his federal paperwork. Guess he is embarassed by the numbers. And All the adds are showing up for me.

  3. Anon 9:38 appears to be trying to muddy the waters by asking if Noem has turned in the addresses yet for her donors. I looked on the Sec of State website and the answer is yes. Her Financial Disclosure Statement for Pre-Primary recorded 5-18-20 had all addresses listed. Her Pre-General report recorded 10-19-20 had all addresses as well. And all supplemental reports also had full addresses.

    1. Her 10-19 report does not contain all addresses. Unless “[Requested – will be supplemented with amendment]” is an address. Collecting money before the address is a violation.

      1. You are right. I did not see the “Requested- will be supplemented with amendment” inserted in the address line of 14 people and 2 entities . . . on the 24 pages that listed over 1170 names.

  4. Glad Republicans are tough on crime. Because what keeps me up at night is when a campaign finance report for a candidate with no chance of winning is filed a few days late. I worry more about whether my elected officials file campaign finance reports on time (or use a lame robocaller) than whether my elected officials run over people with a car.

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