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  • "Specifically, Senator Reid has violated Senate rules that prohibit Members of the Senate from using websites located on the host-domain for partisan political campaign purposes as well as the prohibitions regarding using official resources for political purposes," Mr. Villere wrote. "Therefore, we respectful request that the Committee investigate Senator Reid's misuse of taxpayer resources and sanction him appropriately."

    Harry Reid using tax dollars to fight Koch brothers, La. GOP chair charges →

  • "The campaign activities discussed above implicate numerous Senate runes and must be investigated," Mr. Villere said. "If the investigation confirmed that these activities violate Senate Rules, Senator Reid must be held accountable."

    Harry Reid using tax dollars to fight Koch brothers, La. GOP chair charges →

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