In case you missed it, the Fayetteville Observer had this to say over the weekend about the issue of recent campaign contributions from corrupt gambling interests to Gov. McCrory, Senate President Pro Tem Berger, Speaker Tillis and others:
“It’s clear that campaign-finance reforms haven’t gone far enough. The laws may be better, but enforcement is weak.
The Board of Elections needs to conduct a full, unbiased and public investigation that follows the money wherever it goes.
And the General Assembly needs to follow up by giving state regulators the tools they need to spot illegal campaign contributions quickly.”
Read the entire editorial by clicking here.