Eye On Boise

Sali money woes boost Democratic hopes

Idaho Democrats believe the 2008 election is the party’s best shot to finally regain a congressional seat — a hope bolstered by recent fundraising reports that show freshman GOP Congressman Bill Sali owes more money than what he has in the bank, reports Erica Curless. You can read her full story here at spokesmanreview.com. And then there’s this sidebar: The Eagle, Idaho, consulting business that U.S. Rep. Bill Sali owes the most campaign debt to is still working with the congressman and longtime friend – but on a cash-only basis. “It’s all cash up front,” said Lou Esposito, owner of Spartac, LLC. Read more here.




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