The California Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) last week rejected State Senate District 7 candidate Steve Glazer’s complaint against Working Families Against Glazer for Senate.
Glazer had alleged the the committee had violated campaign reporting laws. But the FPPC said it found no evidence of that and said it “will not pursue the matter further.”
“Once again, Steve Glazer’s attacks on working families have backfired in another attempt to distract voters from the more than $745,000 he has received from a Bush and Schwarzenegger donor from Los Angeles and more than $450,000 he has received from a political action committee funded by tobacco companies and other corporate interests,” said Steven Maviglio, spokesperson for Working Families Against Glazer for Senate. “It’s unfortunate that he has wasted taxpayers resources for this publicity stunt.”