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Page 2-Tuesday, June 5, 1979-The Michigan Daily
Coe onOUT-
June 4-17
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FECasks
Carter to
pay back
$50,000
Continued from Page 1)
missioners, divided along party lines,
blocked much of that on a tie vote.
WITH THE THREE Democratic
commissioners siding with Carter and
the three Republicans on the other side,
the commission deadlocked on the
auditors' recommendation that Carter
be billed for $25,320 in "get-out-the-
vote" cash payments made through a
number of political committee in-
dependent of the Carter campaign.
An identical tie vote blocked a move
to bill Carter for $3,313 in bad debts
owed to the election campaign, mostly
by reporters who failed to pay their
share of chartered air fare while
traveling with the candidate. The
committee wrote off the debts as n-
collectable but the auditors urged that
Carter be billed for them.
On a 5-1 vote the commission also
decided against having Carter pay
another $3,234.78 for checks the cam-
paigna issued, but which were never
cashed. Auditors wanted unwashed
checks considered as contributions, but
only commissioner Max Friedersdorf,
a Republican, sided with the auditors.
THE COMMISSIONERS who voted to
back Carter on the disputed items had
the FEC staff lawyer on their side. The
FEC general counsel issued a written
opinion that Carter's campaign should
not be billed for get-out-the-vote
payments made to committees, for bad
debts by reporters or for the voided
checks.
In a footnote to the audit reprt the
commission said certain isses
relating to the committee's reporting of
debts and obligations" were referred to
the commission's general counsel.
No details were given. The action
raises the possibility that Carter will be
billed for a greater sum later, or
possibly that the campaign will be sub-
ject to legal action.
The audit report said the Democratic
National Committee already had
agreed to pay, on behalf of the Carter
campaign, the more than $27,000 in in-
terest earned on telephone deposits.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Volume LXXXIX, No. 24-S
Tuesday, June 5, 1979
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