Saturday, February 25, 2017

Did Carolyn Crain and her RINO's know they were supporting an incompetent for council chair?

Haven't heard much of anything... from anyone... that the PDC dropped something of a Hammer on my esteemed brother-in-law's head when they partially nailed him for screwing up his campaign paperwork:

So, what we have here is a county council chair that has been directly forbidden from keeping his own campaign records. Not only is he prohibited from serving as his own campaign treasurer, but no one in his family can, either.

Ticket Number: 1195
Complainant: Kenny Smith
Respondent: Marc Boldt
Created Date: October 29, 2015
Status of Investigations: Violation


Kenny Smith filed a complaint against Marc Boldt, a candidate for Clark County Council Chair in 2015, alleging that he violated RCW 42.17A.235 and .240 by failing to file Monetary Contribution reports (C-3 reports) and Campaign Summary Contribution and Expenditure reports (C-4 reports) disclosing contribution and expenditure activities undertaken during the 2015 election cycle. 
On September 1, 2016, Kelly Hinton filed a complaint against the 2012 March Boldt Campaign alleging that Mr. Boldt received a $5,000 loan repayment on August 29, 2012, but that the Campaign failed to file a C-3 report and Schedule L disclosing the initial $5,000 loan from Mr. Boldt made to his campaign.

The complaint filed by Kelly Hinton against Marc Boldt has been combined with the earlier Kenny Smith complaint filed against Mr. Boldt.

An Enforcement Hearing before the Full Commission has been scheduled for Marc Boldt for the January 26, 2017 Commission meeting.  Mr. Boldt and PDC staff have completed a signed Stipulation to Facts, Violations, and Penalty.

At the January 26, 2017 Commission meeting, the Commission accepted the signed Stipulation of Facts, Violations and Penalty, which assessed a total civil penalty of $2,500 of which $1,500 is suspended on the following condition: (1) Mr. Boldt pays the $1,000 non-suspended portion of the penalty within 30 days of the date of this Order; (2) Mr. Boldt commits no further violations of RCW 42.17A or WAC 390 for four years from the date of this Order; (3) In any future campaign in which Mr. Boldt is a candidate, neither he nor one of his family members may serve as his campaign treasurer; he will use an experienced and trained treasurer in any future campaigns; and (4) In the event Mr. Boldt fails to meet any of the above terms of this order, the entire penalty of $2,500.00 which includes the suspended portion of the penalty ($1,500.00), will become immediately due without any further intervention of the Commission.  PDC staff will refer the debt to the Department of Enterprise Services (DES) for collection.

How sad is that?

He can run a county government... but isn't allowed to run his own campaign.

Unfortunately for Boldt, this complaint isn't over yet.  I filed an additional complaint that indicates that Boldt filed a false expenditure for $5000 and even though the PDC acknowledged that he hadn't paid himself the $5000 from his campaign that he certified he HAD paid himself, he has not been required to account for where the $5000 DID go.

The attachment PDF's, complaint, evidence and findings are at the bottom of this page.

So, what we've got here is a guy running the county who has been restricted from running his own campaign.

The rag says nothing.  The RINO's who hate conservatives with a passion say nothing... and hardly anyone knows that this is what we have running this county.

Considering the front page coverage of a rhetorical Madore parking ticket by the rag and these RINOs, I've got to ask... they hypocrite, much?

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