REPORT: Dem Rep Paid Sister’s Firm Half of Campaign Cash Expenditures

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A law firm owned by the sister of Democratic Rep. William Lacy Clay Jr. (Mo.) was the recipient of more than half of his campaign’s expenditures during the first quarter, according to new filings to the Federal Election Commission.

Clay raised $145,340 throughout the first quarter of 2019, which spans from Jan. 1 to March 31, and disbursed $56,797 during this time. Clay’s sister’s firm was the biggest recipient of the campaign’s cash.

The article goes on to state the following:

According to the filings, $30,000 was paid out from the campaign’s coffers to the Law Office of Michelle C. Clay LLC, a company owned by Clay’s sister, Michelle, during the first three months of the year.

The address listed for the firm in Clay’s filings is marked in Silver Spring, Md., just a 20-minute drive outside of Washington, D.C, and also appears to be a residential home and not an office. The firm does not appear to have a website and practically no information is available online in relation to its operations. However, the Law Office of Michelle C. Clay LLC is incorporated in Maryland and is currently active, a search of business entities in the state shows.

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