Politics & Government

November 4, 2013 7:30 PM

Two California politicians reach settlements with FPPC over campaign funding

Democrat Dean Florez, a former state senator and candidate for statewide office, will pay a record $60,000 fine to the Fair Political Practices Commission for spending contributions on personal items and failing to refund general election donations after abandoning his candidacy for lieutenant governor.

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