HARTFORD, Conn. – Election regulators found Wednesday that Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy didn’t violate any laws during his October fundraising visit to California.
The State Elections Enforcement Commission dismissed a complaint filed by the Connecticut Republican Party that alleged Malloy solicited contributions from Lenny Mendonca, a co-founder of McKinsey & Company, a state contractor.
In October, Malloy and Democratic Party Executive Director Jonathan Harris traveled to California to raise money for the Connecticut Democratic Party. Malloy has yet to announce he will seek re-election, but has not been bashful about his desire to raise money for the Democratic Party.
According to the SEEC’s report, Malloy, Harris, and Mendonca cooperated with the investigation and agreed to be interviewed by investigators.
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