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Six state reps fail to file campaign reports on finances

It turns out that not only did several Philadelphia state legislators not file campaign finance reports so far this year with Philadelphia's Board of Elections - as Heard in the Hall reported yesterday - but they also neglected to submit those reports to the Pennsylvania's Department of State.

Six state reps fail to file campaign reports on finances

It turns out that not only did several Philadelphia state legislators not file campaign finance reports so far this year with Philadelphia's Board of Elections - as Heard in the Hall reported yesterday - but they also neglected to submit those reports to the Pennsylvania's Department of State.

Here's the rundown:

Rep. Vanessa Brown - Failed to file reports for election cycles 3, 5 and 6 with the city and state. She owes late fees of $1,160 to the city, and $1,150 to the state.

Rep. Mark Cohen - Failed to file a report to the city for cycle 6, and owes $160 in late fees. He is in compliance with the state.

Rep. Kenyatta Johnson - Failed to file any reports this year with the city or the state, and owes $1,660 to the city and $1,500 to the state.

Rep. Babette Johnson - Failed to file a cycle 6 report to the city, and owes $160. She also failed to file a cycle 6 report with the state, but no late fees have yet been assessed.

Rep. Tony Payton - Failed to file any reports this year with the city, and owes $1,660. He did file reports with the state.

Rep. Jewell Williams - Failed to file any reports this year with the city, and owes $1,660. He failed to file reports with the state for cycles 5 and 6, and owes $250 in fines.

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