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Marlin Stutzman’s campaign says he conducted political work during trip

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (AP): Marlin Stutzman’s Senate campaign says the Indiana congressman was conducting political work during a family trip to California that was billed at least in part to the campaign.

The Associated Press reported Wednesday that the Republican’s campaign paid more than $2,000 in airfare for the family’s four tickets to Los Angeles. The AP also found a hotel stay and van rental were charged to the fund during the August trip.

RELATED: Stutzman accused of billing campaign for family trip to California

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1 comment

Cindy April 20, 2016 at 9:38 pm

Nice perk for the family. I am sure this is common, but if you really value integrity and honesty, you should avoid doing things like this.


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