Committee targeting Scottsdale councilwoman might have violated law

Scottsdale Councilwoman Linda Milhaven
Scottsdale Councilwoman Linda Milhaven

A Scottsdale political committee likely violated Arizona campaign-finance law when it failed to include a proper disclaimer on campaign signs and door hangers, according to the city clerk, reports Beth Duckett at The Arizona Republic.

The True Voices of Scottsdale committee paid for signs and door hangers targeting City Councilwoman Linda Milhaven, who is seeking re-election in the primary election Aug. 26.

In a letter dated Aug. 13, City Clerk Carolyn Jagger said there is reasonable cause to believe the committee violated state law when it failed to let people know that the signs and hangers were “not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s campaign committee.”

The city attorney has the final say on whether a violation occurred.

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