Trailhead Gets Subpoenaed
There’s more trouble for Trailhead. The embattled 527 organization, now facing both federal and state campaign finance complaints, was subpoenaed by a reported Democratic “activist” yesterday. From the Rocky Mountain News:
The subpoenas – approved by an administrative law judge – stem from a Sept. 15 complaint filed with the Secretary of State’s office by Boulder activist Aaron Fink accusing Beauprez, the Colorado Republican Committee and the Trailhead Group of violating campaign finance laws.
The article also states that if a judge finds Trailhead guilty it could mean a penalty of two to five times the amount of the disputed contribution.
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