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DOVER, Del. (AP) - Former Republican Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell has opted not to disclose her personal finances in a Federal Election Commission lawsuit.

O'Donnell's attorneys filed a notice Tuesday waiving any argument that she would not be able to pay a penalty if she loses.

The judge ordered O'Donnell last month to disclose her income, assets and liabilities for 2014 and 2015, saying the information was relevant to her ability to disgorge funds or pay a civil penalty. But he also gave O'Donnell the option of waiving any argument regarding her inability to pay.


Tea Party favorite Christine O’Donnell has been ordered by a federal judge to provide details about her finances.

The order comes in a lawsuit filed by the Federal Election Commission over her 2010 Senate campaign in Delaware.

The suit charges that at least $20-thousand from her campaign funds were used to pay for expenses at her townhouse.

The resident was also used as a campaign headquarters.

The judge wants the documents by March 15th that include details about her income, assets and liabilities.

O’Donnell has denied any wrong doing.

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DOVER, Del. (AP) - The Federal Election Commission has filed a lawsuit against former U.S. Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell, accusing her of using at least $20,000 in campaign donations for rent and utility payments at a Delaware townhouse where she lived and worked.


Governor Martin O’Malley raised nearly a half a million dollars in federal campaign funds last year and is spreading some it around in early presidential primary states.

That’s from a pair of campaign finance reports released yesterday.

The Baltimore Sun reports that the vast majority was raised from Maryland donor.

But the paper reports there are signs of a national fundraising apparatus as the Maryland Democrat considers a bit for the White House.