AG campaign: Corrected report could come next week
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - A corrected 2011 campaign report for South Carolina's top prosecutor is a week or so away.
The campaign of Attorney General Alan Wilson estimated last week that 10 to 15 donations toward Wilson's January 2011 inaugural ball were not reported. The campaign calls them clerical errors.
Consultant Adam Fogle had said he hoped to file an amended report this week.
But he told The Associated Press on Wednesday a thorough review will take more time. Fogle says the campaign has asked an independent accountant to review deposit records to ensure all contributions are properly recorded.
He says Wilson wants to make certain all errors are found.
The first-term Republican attorney general funded the gala through his campaign, rather than creating a separate account, as is frequently done for such events.
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