Florida’s ethics commission says Gillum may have broken law

Florida’s ethics commission says Gillum may have broken law

A state ethics panel said Friday that there was probable cause that Democratic gubernatorial nominee Andrew Gillum violated Florida’s ethics law. The state’s ethics commission found that there is enough evidence to show that Gillum accepted gifts from lobbyists during his time as Tallahassee’s mayor. Gillum narrowly lost the governor’s race to Republican Ron DeSantis last year.

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Andre Gerard
Andre Gerard 1 year

One might say he monkey'd up, and now he has to pay the price!

Kevin Gary
Kevin Gary 1 year

I get the villa issue, that looks a tad fishy. I can't get but so mad at the play tickets and the boat ride. I get the cost of the play is 1,000 but it's just that a play. you can't spend a play nor can you drive it or snort it. it's visual art that can't be taken with him so I don't hold that to him. the boat ride is meh as well. find some back money, extortion, or something juicy and with grounds to acutely look at him without a mile of gray area.

Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 1 year

Either he commited the violation or he didn't. Are rules that vague?

(Un)Fortunate Son
(Un)Fortunate Son 1 year

Since when is Florida capable of judging the ethics of its own people?

Hr.Pottemager
Hr.Pottemager 1 year

it's nice to see Andrew is welcoming the investigation

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