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Former Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid used funds from his campaign to pay a former staffer $7,000 for painting his official portrait in the Capitol Building, The Washington Free Beacon reports.
Gavin Glakas received a check for $7,000 from Friends for Harry Reid for a "portrait," according to documents submitted to the Federal Election Commission. Glakas previously painted a portrait of Reid's wife Landra, which hung in his office. Neither Reid nor Glakas responded to the Beacon's requests for comments.
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When Rep. Charlie Rangel, D-N.Y., paid $64,500 for a custom-framed portrait using money from his leadership PAC in 2007, the FEC ruled that his use of campaign funds was acceptable.
"The U.S. House of Representatives is an organization described in section 170(c) of Title 26 and...
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