Judge will rule Tuesday in Fedele financing case
Superior Court Judge Julia Aurigemma said this afternoon she will rule tomorrow by 5 p.m. on GOP gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley’s effort to block challenger Michael Fedele from receiving public funding for his campaign.
At the judge’s request, Fedele’s campaign agreed not to spend any public money until after the ruling.
Foley filed suit last week claiming the State Elections Enforcement Commission misinterpreted the law when it allowed Fedele to pool his finances with Mark Boughton, a candidate for lieutenant governor, in order to reach the threshold of $250,000 in contributions of $100 or less required to qualify for public financing.
Foley also claims the pooling resulted in double-counting of contributions, because some donors gave $100 each to Fedele and Boughton.
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