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Rep. Cabanilla hit with $500 fine over campaign finance reports

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 09:47 p.m. HST, Nov 18, 2013


State Rep. Rida Cabanilla has been fined $500 by the state Campaign Spending Commission for filing an inaccurate or false campaign-finance report.

Cabanilla held a fundraiser in March but reported raising no money when she filed her campaign-finance report for the first half of the year. She subsequently reported raising $5,830.

Cabanilla was named House majority floor leader in October after Rep. Karen Awana resigned the leadership post after facing campaign-finance violations.

The Campaign Spending Commission imposed the fine at its meeting last Wednesday.







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nitpikker wrote:
seems like majority leader post exposes politicians warts.
on November 18,2013 | 03:03PM
DowntownGreen wrote:
I'm sure it was an oversight... just like missing the marriage equality vote must have been.
on November 18,2013 | 04:08PM
Skyler wrote:
She should also step down.
on November 18,2013 | 04:10PM
Ronin006 wrote:
The $500 fine imposed on Cabanilla is nothing more than a slap on the little finger which somehow caused her to raise her middle finger at the state Campaign Spending Commission. The fine should have been equal to the amount of money she failed to report.
on November 18,2013 | 04:36PM
South76 wrote:
I agree and all this wrong doing by politicians should be placed in their campaign brochures to let voters know what kind of person will be in charged of tax payers earned dollars if elected.
on November 19,2013 | 02:11AM
SY808 wrote:
Check it out: http://www.wheresrida.com
on November 18,2013 | 05:30PM
honokai wrote:
Interesting how people are more forgiving of people that think differently than people that don't think at all.
on November 18,2013 | 06:18PM
Rickyboy wrote:
Campaign finance violations appears to permeate State House Democrats in leadership positions. They cannot seem to get that correct so it's no wonder that meaningful legislation ever gets done.
on November 18,2013 | 06:34PM
Mediocrates wrote:
Time for her to step down. This person is just awful on so many levels.
on November 18,2013 | 09:16PM
Galajr wrote:
She is never there working!
on November 18,2013 | 10:01PM
BigErn wrote:
The anti-semite should step down
on November 19,2013 | 05:18AM
loquaciousone wrote:
Rida has just been appointed the Ways and Means Chairperson for the State House this year.
on November 19,2013 | 05:57AM
imua67 wrote:
Last March, I received a flyer from her asking for input on cameras at intersections/red lights. I sent her an email (address was on the flyer) with my concerns, and I still have not gotten a reply.
on November 19,2013 | 06:39AM
loquaciousone wrote:
How about cameras in her campaign headquarter's accountants office?
on November 19,2013 | 06:59AM
primo1 wrote:
Those who voted for her take note.
on November 19,2013 | 07:26AM
paniolo wrote:
How can she report raising no money at a fundraiser? Even if she sold one plate lunch, that's about $5.00.
on November 19,2013 | 07:32AM
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