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The campaign in support of the library tax in Spokane has fixed campaign disclosure problems with the state Public Disclosure Commission.
The group, Yes for Spokane Libraries, was late in reporting campaign contributions and spending by several weeks. Last week, it filed reports showing how much it has raised and spent.
Campaign manager Nathan Smith, who also is a Spokane Public Library trustee, promised quick action last week to update campaign finance reports. He said that the group misinterpreted the rules.
The group was formed in support of Spokane Proposition 3, a library lid lift that would increase taxes for libraries by 7 cents for each $1,000 of property value to prevent branch closures.
As of this morning, the campaign hasreported nearly $21,300, including seven donations over $1,000 or more: