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Mayoral candidate’s filing raises eyebrows

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A filing with the Richmond County Board of Elections by mayoral candidate Lori Myles on Jan. 22 has gone viral on the internet.

Prior to the January filing, Myles claimed to only have $6,288.21 in her campaign, from a personal loan she made, but then, suddenly, the coffers swelled to over $100,...

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  1. First of all, PACs should be illegal. You’re essentially buying elections. Secondly, how many times does she have to lose elections before she realizes the people do not want her and her baggage? Lastly, Whatever became of the case concerning her and the missing funds?

    • A court-appointed receiver has determined former Augusta Commission candidate Lori Myles is responsible for thousands in unaccounted-for funds tied to a local nonprofit. “The receiver recommends the court hold Dr. Lori Myles personally responsible for those cash and debit card transactions on the main operating account for which she cannot provide receipts to show the money was spent on activities of the corporation,” Read Susan McCord’s article from June 20, 2018, Augusta Chronicle.

  2. A court-appointed receiver has determined former Augusta Commission candidate Lori Myles is responsible for thousands in unaccounted-for funds tied to a local nonprofit. “The receiver recommends the court hold Dr. Lori Myles personally responsible for those cash and debit card transactions on the main operating account for which she cannot provide receipts to show the money was spent on activities of the corporation,” Read Susan McCord’s article from June 20, 2018, Augusta Chronicle.

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