Friday, April 2, 2010

Lee McGroarty comments on $5700 paid to Erik Brown

On Tuesday we posted that 42nd Congressional candidate Lee McGroarty had paid Erik Brown $5700 during the 4th quarter of 2009 for services to his campaign. Brown is the owner of Dynamic Marketing Inc. He received media attention this week for seeking reimbursement from the Republican National Committee for nearly $2000 spent at a sex themed club.

The McGroarty campaign has now put out a statement.

Due to recent revelations regarding Erik Brown and DMI Direct, the McGroarty for Congress Campaign feels it is necessary to comment on the short relationship the campaign had with DMI Direct last year. The campaign and DMI Direct had a working agreement from October 26th, 2009 to November 11th, 2009. During that period the McGroarty for Congress Campaign paid DMI Direct a total of $5,700 for consulting and media services. The campaign perceived the services of DMI Direct as lacking and brought into question the business practices and integrity of DMI Direct and Erik Brown. Soon after these questions were risen, both parties agreed to terminate the working agreement.


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