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Topic - Thomas J. Josefiak
The Republican National Committee failed to report more than $7 million in debt to the Federal Election Commission in recent months - a move that made its bottom line appear healthier than it is heading into the midterm elections and that also raises the prospect of a hefty fine.
Mr. Josefiak, a campaign-finance lawyer, was shown some of the invoices and told Mr. Leavitt that they needed to be reported immediately if they had not been formally challenged.