Complaint claims Idaho senator didn’t report donated time at DC condo

By: Cynthia Sewell, Idaho Statesman, April 19, 2018

When news of EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt’s sweetheart condo deal broke, reporters began looking into who else had used the building on Capitol Hill.

That’s when Idaho Sen. Mike Crapo’s name surfaced.

From May through November 2017, Crapo’s campaign committee, Mike Crapo for U.S. Senate, and his leadership PACs, the Freedom Fund and the Idaho Conservative Growth Fund, held a series of monthly fundraising events at 223 C Street, N.E., Washington, D.C.That is the same address where Pruitt lived for several months in 2017, reportedly paying a well-below-market rate of $50 per night.

On Thursday, Campaign for Accountability, a nonpartisan, nonprofit public accountability watchdog group, filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission against Crapo and Vicki Hart, the lobbyist owner of the condominium.

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