Ex-Paterson council candidate running for NJ Senate seat reprimanded by state

A former city council candidate seeking a New Jersey Senate seat has been reprimanded by the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission (ELEC) for failing to timely file his campaign finance reports.

Haytham Younes was reprimanded and a penalty was levied against him for not filing campaign finance reports from his unsuccessful 2014 at-large council run, according to the commission’s decision dated April 12, 2017.

Younes submitted a belated sworn statement on April 11, 2016. Besides filing his sworn statement 728 days late, he submitted a payment of $502 to settle the matter. …read more

Source: Paterson Times

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