According to the Joe Walsh campaign, as of the October 15 filing deadline, Tammy Duckworth had not fully disclosed her fundraising for the July through September fundraising period. The Federal Election Commission requires all candidates' committees disclose their fundraising activities each quarter. The Duckworth campaign instead only released their September totals without July's and August's activities at the deadline.
Congressman Walsh stated, "Whether she's [Duckworth] unlawfully taking two homestead exemptions in Illinois while living in DC or attempting to terminate whistleblowers at the Illinois Department of Veterans Affairs, Ms. Duckworth has displayed a pattern of ducking the rules."
Walsh noted, "At the Illinois DVA, she [Duckworth] was citied multiple times for misreporting funds by the Illinois Auditor General, including a misreporting of $4 million in grant money. Either way, Ms. Duckworth, since becoming a Blagojevich Bureaucrat, has displayed a repeated pattern of 'misreporting' or blatantly breaking rules."
This morning, the Walsh for Congress campaign filed a formal complaint with the FEC to look into the matter. A copy of the complaint can be viewed here.