PHOENIX – The Flake campaign today called on millionaire self-funding Senate candidate Wil Cardon to release his response to a complaint filed against him with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) over whether he is funding his campaign with corporate contributions from his family’s fortune.
“Wil Cardon should publicly release his response to the FEC,” said Andrew Wilder, communications director for the Flake campaign. “The FEC complaint raises some very serious questions about the legality of Cardon’s campaign loans and voters deserve an answer. Otherwise, it raises another red flag and questions about what he’s possibly hiding.”
In January, the Arizona Republic reported that Wil Cardon was the subject of a complaint filed with the FEC by Mesa resident Dave Smith, a plumbing contractor who is owed money by the Cardon family. The complaint questions whether he is illegally funding his campaign with corporate contributions.
Click here to view the entire FEC complaint against Wil Cardon.
Cardon acknowledged on KPNX’s Sunday Morning Square Off last week that he had sent a response to the FEC. This was the first public acknowledgement that he had. However, he continues to keep voters in the dark about what his response actually says.
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