Sunday, September 20, 2015

Marc Boldt and the $5000 mystery.

(FULL DISCLOSURE:  I freely admit that I am totally opposed to Marc Boldt's election this time, just as I was last time, since he's completely sold out to the left; forgotten/ignored GOP principles, supports the CRC scam in it's entirety and wants to hang tolls around our neck for the next several decades that would destroy a great deal of small business in Clark County as a result.

NO candidate or campaign or anyone involved or in any way concerned with any candidate or campaign was aware of or approved or had input into this post.

Further, Marc Boldt is my brother-in-law, and I worked for him as his legislative assistant for 6 years while he was in the state house, 1994 - 2000.)

Back in 2012 when Marc was removed from office by an angry electorate, he ran an interesting campaign.

Ultimately, he raised $97,313 in "cash contributions."

Note that the amount listed under "Loans" is 0.00.

Fine so far.

But then, when I look at his expenditures, I see this:  A $5000 loan repayment to... Marc Boldt.

The question is this:

Where does it indicate that Boldt loaned himself $5000?

I've looked over all of the forms, and I can't find any indication that he lent himself a dime.

I can only find where he gave himself $5000.

I'd love to hear how that can happen and how this works.  I would welcome an explanation.

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