NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — A Middlebury man is pleading guilty to a federal conspiracy charge for his role in an alleged campaign financing scheme surrounding House Speaker Chris Donovan's one-time congressional campaign.
David Moffa, the 53-year-old former president of a union representing state prison guards, pleaded guilty Friday to one count of conspiring to make false statements to the Federal Election Commission and impeding the FEC's enforcement of campaign finance laws.
He is scheduled to be sentenced on Feb. 21. He faces a maximum of five years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000.
Moffa is one of eight people charged in the alleged plot to hide the source of $27,500 in campaign contributions tied to an effort to stop state taxes from increasing on roll-your-own smoke shop owners.
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cptmac11 | November 3 2012 6:27am
If you OWN these companies????
Then mitts your guy...
If not then you Are the 47%..
Goldman Sachs $891,140
Bank of America $668,139
JPMorgan Chase & Co $663,219
Morgan Stanley $649,847
Credit Suisse Group $554,066
Citigroup Inc $1,418,263
Wells Fargo $414,750
Kirkland & Ellis $393,667
Deloitte LLP $355,390
HIG Capital $1,338,000
Blackstone Group $308,725
UBS AG $308,130 Investigation pending for bank fraud
Elliott Management $981,175
Bain Capital $1,268,470
EMC Corp $257,250
General Electric $214,450
Ernst & Young $213,525
Oh and if you Work for a living ???
This is what the republicans have left for you .....
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