DEVELOPING: New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission To Investigate Jackson Municipal Committee Chairwoman Clara Glory

Sources have confirmed to TLS that the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission (ELEC) has initiated an investigation into a Super Pac which is run by Jackson Township Municipal Committee Chairwoman Clara Glory.

The investigation will reportedly focus on whether Glory allegedly diverted funds from the local Republication Organization, from which she was ousted in a stunning electoral upset this past June, to use as her personal slush fund to control Jackson politicians.

The New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission is an independent governmental agency that is responsible for monitoring the integrity of campaign finances in elections in New Jersey.

View the ELEC documents below:


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  1. And the Ocean County Committee is being sued. Yeah, I know it’s Gorge Geltmore against Haines but if it moves forward, discovery could be very interesting. Jackson isn’t the only township in the county. Keep in mind, these are politicians at the local level. Getting stocked up on popcorn.

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