Tag: ethics complaint

Scott PowersAugust 13, 2018

Republican Florida House of Representatives candidate Stockton Reeves VI has attacked the primary voting record of his Aug. 28 primary opponent Mikaela Nix, charging that she’s been a Democrat until recently and doesn’t often vote in primaries, in mailers that were delivered this weekend in House District 47 in Orange County. “MIkaela Nix wants your […]

Jim RosicaNovember 29, 2017

A member of the Constitution Revision Commission says he’s become the victim of a “smear campaign” after proposing a constitutional amendment creating a “bill of rights” for nursing home and assisted living facility residents. On Wednesday, Conwell Hooper, head of an Atlanta-based group called the American Senior Alliance, issued a press release that he had […]

Michael MolineNovember 28, 2016

The Capitol Press Corps got its first scolding, albeit a gentle one, from Richard Corcoran last week. The new House Speaker was repeatedly asked during a news conference about how Senate President Joe Negron‘s priorities during the coming legislative session might conflict with his own. “You people are so conditioned and trained. But so are we — I don’t […]

Scott PowersOctober 21, 2016

Orange County Property Appraiser Rick Singh has been hit with an ethics complaint for hiring his daughter’s nonprofit to run his office’s “State of Orange County Real Estate” galas. The complaint, brought against him by the campaign of his opponent, Edward DeAguilera, in the Nov. 8 election, charges Singh violated several ethics laws that prevent […]

Scott PowersSeptember 23, 2016

The conservative watchdog group Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust has filed an ethics complaint against Democrat Stephanie Murphy, nominee in Florida’s 7th Congressional District, for failing to file her personal financial disclosure statement in time for the deadline. The group filed the complaint with the U.S. House Committee on Ethics Thursday, requesting an investigation. […]


A Cocoa Beach man has filed an ethics complaint against state Rep. Ritch Workman. The complaint — filed by Ronald Thomas July 20 — calls on the state’s Commission on Ethics to “immediately investigate” reports that Workman, a Melbourne Republican state representative, used taxpayer dollars to send a newsletter to voters outside of his state House district. The […]

Scott PowersFebruary 22, 2016

The U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Ethics on Monday confirmed for the first time that it is looking into an ethics matter involving Democrat U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson of Orlando. The committee confirmed the inquiry after a 45-day confidential period expired since the committee formally took up the matter, Jan. 6. Essentially what the committee did was serve […]


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