Still a Little Paperwork To Do

6th congressional district GOP nominee Anna Little has yet to file as a candidate for Congress with the Federal Election Commission, according to an FEC spokesperson who spoke to MMM this morning.

Little’s husband, Rob, told PolitickerNJ last week that all required reports would be filed with the FEC prior to the primary.

Posted: June 6th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: 2012 Congressional Races, Anna Little, FEC | Tags: , , , | 8 Comments »

8 Comments on “Still a Little Paperwork To Do”

  1. Not surprised said at 5:49 pm on June 6th, 2012:

    Name says it all

  2. RepublicanRed said at 6:46 pm on June 6th, 2012:

    Is this legal and can the votes cast be certified?

  3. lois said at 7:48 pm on June 6th, 2012:

    oh good grief—- are there no consequences to one’s actions (inaction) ??

  4. Win for Pallone said at 8:58 pm on June 6th, 2012:

    Pallone will win 60-40

  5. Proud Republican said at 10:59 pm on June 6th, 2012:

    60-40 is being kind. She lost big last time. This time, most of the old “Anna’s Army” has gone AWOL, with the rest of her supporters livid with her backstabbing antics after 2010. I busted my butt for her last time – not so now. Lots of folks like me out there.

  6. WordUP PR! said at 11:39 am on June 7th, 2012:

    Im totally with you Proud Republican. Being one of the severely back stabbed, I can attest for everything you say. My butt still bleeds from the screwing i got from her!
    If you turn your back on her for a second, the blade of the knife coming out of your chest will at the handle be attached at her hand!
    The last of the Little true beleivers need to wake up and learn. But its kinda like the whole Jim Jones Guyana mass suicide thing from the 70’s. The smart ones left before it happened, the rest were mindless sheep to the end.
    And the rest is history!
    Kool-aid anyone?

  7. QUESTION said at 5:27 pm on June 7th, 2012:

    How can you win an election, primary, whatever, if you dont complete the required paperwork you are legally required to do in order to run? How does that work?
    Couldnt the case be made that since Little had not completed the things required by the election laws in order to run, that he run for office was invalid???
    Couldnt the case also be made that Cullari should be declared the winner of the primary due to Little’s candadacy being invalid?
    Why should one candidate have to follow the rules and another not have to.
    Also, it seems that the Little camp is not being honest about filing the proper paperwork, when FEC officials indicate that Little did not!
    Its an easy issue, either she filed or not. And if not, why not?
    And regardless why should she then be certified as the winner of a primary she didnt fulfill the requirements to even be in in the first place?
    Can anyone answer these questions?

  8. Barry said at 7:12 pm on June 7th, 2012:

    I think her primary win is proper and legal because she submitted the correct number of signatures to get on the ballot. The FEC is a financial filing. Someone can file a complaint but she is the candidate no question about it.