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  • "Unlike Ms. Sloan's fringe group, which refuses to disclose who finances its smear campaigns against public officials and their children, the FEC embraced transparency and fair procedures," he said. "I am very grateful for this final resolution. I again thank my constituents for their support."

    FEC halts probe of former Rep. Robert Andrews →

  • "I have always stated that any fair review of the facts and law would lead to a dismissal of these false and politically motivated accusations," Mr. Andrews said. " I am very grateful to my former constituents for their support and friendship through the years. My family and I are also very thankful for the outpouring of good wishes we have received since I joined the private sector."

    FEC halts probe of former Rep. Robert Andrews →

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