Sweetwater Adopts Campaign Finance Reform

The Sweewater Union High School District Board of Trustees voted unanimously Tuesday to adopt campaign finance reforms that limits contributions from individual donors to $750 each election, according to U-T San Diego.

Complaints that allege improper spending may be probed by independent investigators.

Cartmill, Quinones and Lopez have been indicted and face charges. 

A vote to decide how to fill a seat left vacant by Trustee Arlie Ricasa, who pled guilty to charges and resigned last month, was delayed.
Libi Uremovic January 16, 2014 at 07:42 AM
they didn't need a 'campaign finance reform' rule because accepting bribes in exchange for giving away multimillion dollar contracts was already illegal and their public jester to control themselves is shallow to say the least.... i'm sure they passed the reform because it completely eliminated bribes and corruption for our u.s. congress when they passed the reform upon themselves...


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