Posts Tagged ‘Office of Campaign Finance’

Brandon Todd Stuck With $2K Party Bill

More money woes for Brandon Todd

OCF: “No Evidence” Anti-Catania Group Coordinated With Bowser

No fine for anti-Catania group.

Trio of Mystery Signs Appear Before Election Day

Last call for illegal campaign signage

Bowser Campaign Botches Banners

With less than a month before the Democratic primary, Muriel Bowser's mayoral campaign has taken to the air, hanging banners from the sides of buildings around the District. The banners are big, they're green—and, until recently, they've been in violation of District election law.
That's because the banners lack the Office of Campaign Finance–mandated language about [...]

Council Colleagues Won’t Back Vincent Orange on Vince Gray Investigation

Vincent Orange wants to know what's in the long-delayed Office of Campaign Finance report on Vince Gray's last campaign. No doubt many of his twelve D.C. Council colleagues, four of whom are also either running against Gray or considering a mayoral bid, would like to see it, too. But Orange couldn't translate that curiosity into votes Tuesday, with [...]

Campaign Finance Office Won’t Hand Over Gray 2010 Report

Well, it was worth a shot. Despite requests from At-Large Councilmember and mayoral hopeful Vincent Orange, the Office of Campaign Finance says it still won't publish the Vince Gray 2010 campaign audit that it finished in May 2012.
OCF finished a draft of the unreleased audit a year and a half ago, on May 15, 2012. But in a [...]

Orange Wants to See Campaign Finance Report on Gray Campaign

Vince Gray wasn't exactly making a Nostradamus-like leap when he warned that his mayoral opponents would want to hear more about his 2010 campaign, and now his prediction has come true. In a press release from his D.C. Council office, fellow mayoral Vincent Orange says he'll introduce a Council resolution asking for the release of the long-delayed [...]

Morning Links

Marion Barry has been hospitalized since Jan. 11. [Post]
D.C. Public Schools, D.C. government, feds all closed for snow. [WUSA]
Vincent Orange kicks off his campaign with black-tie party. [LL]
Office of Campaign Finance should hand over its Gray 2010 report, says Post ed board. [Post]
D.C. principals get new evaluation system. [Post]
Adios to one-time mayoral hopeful Christian Carter. [Post]
How Barry's arrest became one Post photographer's big [...]

Evans Cracks $1 Million in Fundraising, Bowser Hangs on to Cash Advantage

The last time the mayoral campaigns published their financial reports, Andy Shallal, Vincent Orange, and Vince Gray weren't even in the race. Despite the new candidates, though, things are looking awfully familiar in the latest round of campaign finance reports filed yesterday. The reports, which cover Oct. 10 to Dec. 10, show Jack Evans bringing in more money than any other [...]

Paul Zukerberg Can Raise Money After All

The increasingly improbable attorney general candidacy of Paul Zukerberg has cleared another hurdle. Zukerberg, the only candidate in a race that's going to be delayed four years without intervention from a court, was told by the District's Office of Campaign Finance last week to stop raising money. But on Monday, OCF changed its mind.
"After further review, [...]