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Unregistered group spent $28K against Bradbury, for Burdick in the past two weeks

The unregistered political group "Idaho Citizens for Justice" has now filed an independent expenditure report with the Idaho Secretary of State's office showing it's spent $28,000 in the past two weeks against Judge John Bradbury and in favor of Idaho Supreme Court Justice Roger Burdick, whom Bradbury is challenging. "They still didn't file the C1 and the PAC report yet," said Chief Deputy Secretary of State Tim Hurst. "We called them about that. They said they'll be getting that in. But that one will list where the money came from."

Meanwhile, Frank VanderSloot, owner of Melaleuca Inc. in Idaho Falls, told Idaho Statesman reporter Dan Popkey that he gave $19,000 to the PAC because he feared Bradbury would outspend Burdick (actually, according to campaign finance reports, it's Burdick who has the bigger campaign warchest for tomorrow's election). You can read Popkey's report here.




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