Congressman Mike Honda has an inauspicious anniversary on the horizon, as his ethics scandal approaches its second year.
Rep. Mike Honda’s campaign spent $101,000 to defend against a House ethics investigation. And he may have manipulated the timing of certain bills.
Earlier this month, an enveloped arrived containing what appears to be Rep. Mike Honda’s “1,000 Cranes” list, the million-dollar Rolodex of top donors.
Perhaps most damning of the allegations against Congressman Mike Honda, constituent services to biggest donors were leveraged for campaign donations. Meanwhile, regular constituents with real problems, like Larry Sacks of Santa Clara, were ignored.
Rep. Mike Honda (D-San Jose) is under fire after his legislative staff became a runaway train, transforming itself into a campaign squadron to fend off a 2014 election challenge by Ro Khanna.
Documents released Thursday suggest Rep. Mike Honda’s office viewed official business as a commodity to be sold in exchange for campaign support. We combed through the documents to pull out the biggest findings.
The House Committee on Ethics will continue to investigate Rep. Mike Honda over allegations that he misused official resources on a pay-to-play scheme with campaign donors.
Mike Honda has spent tens of thousands of campaign dollars to defend himself from a House ethics probe. No later than Thursday we’ll learn if he’ll need to keep throwing cash at the problem.
The House Committee on Ethics announced Monday that it will extend its investigation into improper coordination between Congressman Mike Honda’s campaign and his House staff.
For the last several months, the Office of Congressional Ethics has been reviewing alleged improper coordination between Mike Honda’s campaign and his official House staff.