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Topic - Jeffrey Thompson
A former candidate for the D.C. Council has been charged with conspiring to receive and conceal excess campaign contributions during his run for office.
Hillary Rodham Clinton and her team were mum Wednesday about the revelations of close ties between her 2008 presidential campaign and an illegal fundraising operation based in Washington, while a new poll showed erosion in her popularity.
District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray pressed ahead Tuesday with his re-election bid but acknowledged he took a political hit from allegations that he led a "shadow campaign" with a convicted donor nicknamed "Uncle Earl."
Minyon Moore, identified by federal prosecutors as "Individual A" in the criminal complaint against Jeffrey Thompson, said through representatives that she asked Thompson in 2008 to pay for "street teams" that would raise Mrs. Clinton's profile in urban communities in the Democratic presidential primary.
District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray knew about an off-the-books "shadow campaign" to support his 2010 bid for the office and personally requested the funds from an influential district businessman, federal prosecutors said Monday.
DC businessman Jeffrey Thompson charged with conspiracy in 2010 mayoral campaign.
District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray is denying accusations by federal prosecutors that he was aware of an off-the-books "shadow campaign" during his 2010 bid for mayor.
A Philadelphia-based health company is interested in purchasing a managed care firm in the District owned by the man at the center of a federal probe into Mayor Vincent C. Gray's 2010 campaign, D.C. insurance officials said Monday.
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Businesses owned for years by prominent D.C. contractor Jeffrey Thompson engaged in a pattern of political giving that appears to run afoul of city campaign finance law, combining to give twice and sometimes three times the maximum donation to city politicians in a single day, records show.
Iowa has paid London filmmakers $450,000 to cancel plans to shoot a movie there about a flesh-eating lake monster and other films that could have qualified for millions of dollars in tax credits, newly released public records show.
Thompson also told prosecutors that Minyon Moore, an associate of McAuliffe, was involved in an off-the-books campaign operation during Hillary Rodham Clinton's 2008 presidential campaign.
Thompson admitted to setting up a $668,000 slush fund to aid Gray's 2010 campaign when Gray defeated then-Mayor Adrian Fenty by 10 percentage points.