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OCF letter on Harry Thomas investigation

OCF letter on Harry Thomas investigation

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D.C. Office of Campaign Finance letter to D.C. Republican Committee regarding investigation into D.C. Council member Harry Thomas Jr. (D-Ward 5) and his Team Thomas organizations. Signed by executive director Cecily E. Collier-Montgomery on March 22, 2011.
D.C. Office of Campaign Finance letter to D.C. Republican Committee regarding investigation into D.C. Council member Harry Thomas Jr. (D-Ward 5) and his Team Thomas organizations. Signed by executive director Cecily E. Collier-Montgomery on March 22, 2011.

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 March 22, 2011Bob Kabel, ChairmanDC Republican Committee1275 K Street, NWSuite 102Washington, DC 20005Re: Preliminary Investigation 2011-105Dear Mr. Kabel:This is to inform you that the Office of Campaign Finance (OCF) has initiated apreliminary investigation pursuant to the complaint you filed alleging thatCouncilmember Harry Thomas, Jr., might have violated certain provisions of theCampaign Finance and Conflict of Interest Act. OCF determined that an investigationwas warranted following an extensive review of the information compiled in this matter.Specifically, you alleged that Mr. Thomas failed to disclose the receipt a motor vehiclefrom a Limited Liability Company (LLC) with whom he is affiliated and that he also didnot disclose travel expenses he received from a non-profit organization known as “TeamThomas”. You additionally alleged that the LLC in question was paid in excess of $10,000 by the Councilmember’s Principal Campaign Committee for services.An additional issue of whether Mr. Thomas and members of his Council staff usedgovernment resources for other than official government business in violation of theStandards of Conduct will also be examined.D.C. Official Code § 1-1106.02(a) states in pertinent part: “… the Mayor, the members of the Council, and members of the Board of Education shall also disclose annually alloutside income and honoraria, as defined in § 1-1108.01, accepted during the calendar year…”DPM § 1804.1 states in pertinent part: “ An employee may not engage in any outsideactivity which is not compatible with the full and proper discharge of his or her dutiesand responsibilities as a government employee. Activities or actions which are notcompatible with government employment include but are not limited to the following:

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