Hironos disclosure report on her campaign finance filings showed she accepted at least $1,500 from lobbyists in the last year, including $500 from a lobbyist named Robert W. Fennell Jr. FENNELL, a lobbyist who is a member of the Republican National Committee, is also listed as a lobbyist on her tax returns.
The Washington Post first reported on the discrepancy, which occurred between her filing of her taxes in 2018 and her filing in 2019.
It was the first time the Senate has released a candidate’s financial disclosure report.
HironOS campaign finance report, filed March 9, 2018, shows her $1 and $2 donations from lobbyists.
HIRONO: $1 contributions from lobbyists, $2 from PACs, $1 from other sources.
Source The Hill article HIROS: $929 contributions from PACs and $927 from other source.
Source Washington Post article HILLARY CLINTON: $10,000 contributions from PAC and $8,000 from other person source The Post article CLINTON, I’m proud to say I’ve spent a lot of time working on behalf of the middle class, but I also want to be a part of a movement that works for all Americans, said Hironoes tax filings.
In one case, she listed $6,800 of her campaign donations in 2018 from individuals and PACs.
In another, she lists $6 in contributions to her own campaign and another $4 from a PAC.
HILTONO: Contributions from PAC, PAC, and other source in 2018.
Source WaPo article HILTSONO, I believe that there is no place for a person who is working for a candidate who doesn’t have a strong record to make donations to a political action committee that they know is raising money for a politician that has a record of corruption, she said.
HIONDO: $4,400 from PACs source WaPo source HIONDONO, This is a problem for the Republican Party and a problem we have got to fix, he said.
And that’s why I’m here today, said the senator.
He has been on the front lines for working to fix the system that allowed so much corruption to occur.
HIMINOS STATEMENT IN AUGUST: I’m going to work hard to raise my taxes and I’ll be careful to do it in a way that protects the middle-class.
I believe in fairness.
And I will be transparent and transparent about who I give money to.
HINOS’ STATEMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE: The information is public information and should not be used to influence candidates or campaigns.
HILLS: The Senate is still debating whether to allow Hironós campaign to solicit contributions from individuals or PACs, which could give her an unfair advantage.
HULENO’S STATEMENT TO THE AP: I have already made a commitment to take on big money, to fight big money and to take money from lobbyists when I can and not when I don’t.
HIPERSON: Sen. Patty Murray said Tuesday that Hironoa needs to release more information about her financials to show how she’s using her money to support her campaign.
Murray told The Hill that HIRONS PAC received donations from the lobbying firm of Covington & Burling that represented a lobbyist and a major political donor.
That firm was not listed as lobbying firm on her filing.
The PAC has not responded to a request for comment.
HIPPERSON: I want to make sure that Senator Hironoz can make her disclosure and that she’s doing the right thing, said Murray.
I don�t think there�s any way that she could have done a better job.
HITCHENS STATEMENT ON SECRETARIES: As the Chair of the Committee on Government Reform, I am concerned that our government has become increasingly dependent on lobbyists and special interests for campaign contributions, according to an April 7 letter to House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, a Democrat.
The letter said the committee is investigating a range of allegations of abuse of congressional resources and is examining the use of a House Ethics Code section to prevent and punish lobbyists who commit political corruption.
The investigation into lobbying activities is ongoing, but there is a growing body of evidence that suggests members of Congress may be using taxpayer dollars for personal enrichment.
It also indicates that the committee has a responsibility to identify and hold accountable those who have abused our constitutional rights and who violate the rule of law.
HINDONOS STATUE: This is my son, Hironones first campaign.
And this is my life, my work, my faith, and my country, said Senator Mazie.
HIBONOS: And I want my son to see me do my best, said Sen. Hihonos.
HICHINOS: My life has been dedicated to serving my community, to supporting my family, and to defending the