(COLUMBIA, S.C.) -- In a new filling, state Senator Robert Ford continued to deny accusations that he committed ethics violations the Post and Courier reports.
Ford allegedly used campaign donations for personal expenses, and misrepresented the amount his campaign spent and received.
The Charleston Democrat acknowledged that there were errors in his fillings, but said that accounting errors were the cause of the inaccuracies in his filings. The most recent filling did not go into great detail, but Ford said he is ready to answer questions from the ethics committee about his individual expenditures.
Ford’s attorney Bill Runyon asked the committee for more time for them to respond to some allegations, as they are waiting on certain documents.
The date for the committee hearing has not been set yet, though it will likely be before the Legislature adjourns on June 6, according to Runyon.
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