The Bolsavik is reporting that apparently while Dina Nguyen has no problem loaning her campaign $25,000 she cannot seem to pay her property taxes on time.Ã‚Â For the record, the total year to date amount of contributions reported on Dina’s May 17th report is understated by $500. I’m sure it’s just an error in addition.Ã‚Â
Also, while the 25,000 loan to her campaign is included in the report, it disappeared from the report total sheet.
In her amendments from the first reporting period, it appears that all she did was change the reported received dates for the contributions that were received before her declaration date. The problem is that since this matter was not discovered until after she filed the initial return and therefore after the reporting period closed, how could she have returned checks and gotten new checks after the fact? Smells fishy to me. The only way to correct the error would be to have refund checks issued from the campaign and then collect new checks and report those in the subsequent period.
So let’s see if I’ve got this right. Dina can’tÃ‚Â make sureÃ‚Â her web address is spelled correctly on a mailer,Ã‚Â cannot follow the rules for accepting contributions or correct the problem ethically,Ã‚Â and can’t make sure her campaign report add up correctly. And she wants to be one of five people that oversee a $5 billion budget?
This raises a few questions that have been bugging me for a while. What business does Dina exactly have? How does she derive her income? Why didn’t she report an in-kind contribution from Van Tran’s campaignÃ‚Â in the amount of Truong Diep’s salary paid by his campaign while he is working for Dina Nguyen’s campaign? And while not really a violation of any law, other than truth in advertising…
Are there pictures of the same person?
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