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Monmouth GOP accuses Curley of violating campaign finance laws

By Nikita Biryukov, October 27 2018 12:02 pm

Monmouth Republicans accused Freeholder John Curley, whom they kicked off the ticket after he faced sexual harassment allegations, of violating New Jersey’s campaign finance laws.

“John Curley continues to deceive the public with his fire and brimstone rhetoric claiming to be a corruption fighter while he surreptitiously violates the laws he has sworn to uphold with impunity,” said Monmouth County Republican Chairman Shaun Golden. “Curley is violating the pay to play protections of the New Jersey’s campaign finance laws by seeking anonymous donations and failing to make the required disclosures from those buying his favor.”

Curley, who is now running for reelection as an independent, allegedly failed to record the addresses and employers of some of his donors, according to complaints filed by GOP Executive Director ToriAnn Parker.

The complaints further allege that Curley’s website wrongly tells voters they can choose to hide their information when making a donation.

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