At first, the issue was his campaign finance report was late.
Next, the issue was the paltry numbers he submitted — $500 raised for three months of fundraising — on his campaign finance report.
Today, we see that there’s a big gaping hole in Senate candidate Dwight Bullard’s campaign finance report.
Bullard reported $0 in expenditures for the period covering April 1 to July 6, according to the Division of Elections website. Yet, that same website shows that Bullard paid the Department of State $1,781.82 on June 5th to cover the cost of his qualifying fees.
I thought Bullard said he had $0 in expenditures for the quarter?
This big gaping hole, on top of the late filing and odd numbers, has me wondering if something larger is amiss with Bullard’s finances and fundraising.