Republican Party Questions Candidate About Campaign Blitz

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - The Alabama Republican Party is
questioning one of its own candidates who stared a big advertising
campaign after reporting he had raised little money for his race.

State Republican Party Chairman Mike Hubbard says Dothan
attorney Tracy Cary should file a new campaign finance report
showing where he got the money for his big advertising buy in a
state Supreme Court race.

Cary is running against incumbent Justice Mike Bolin. Cary filed
a campaign finance waiver Monday morning saying he hadn't raised or
spent $25,000. But then he began his advertising campaign.

Cary says he followed state law. He says he hadn't raised the
money for the ad blitz when he filed his report.

State law doesn't require any more disclosure reports before
Tuesday's vote.

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