How is the "America's (ex-)mayor" spending Americans' money?
The Federal Election Commission is asking former Mayor Rudy Giuliani to explain how he's spent some campaign cash left over from his aborted Senate run, saying it appears to have been used for "personal" purposes.
Under federal law, former candidates can use remaining campaign funds only for very limited purposes and are barred from using it for personal expenses.
Among other things, ex-candidates are allowed to donate leftover funds without limit to national party committees, charities, or to other candidates so long as the donations are within campaign-finance-law limits.
The FEC letter says in part that Giuliani's spending report for his political committee - which has more than $2 million in it - "discloses disbursement(s) that appear(s) to constitute personal use of funds by the candidate." ...
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