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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- The Florida Democratic Party has been slapped with a lien by the Internal Revenue Service for failing to pay payroll and Social Security taxes in 2003.
Meanwhile, the state party's budget and finance committee voted Tuesday to ask for a new audit to account for more than $900,000 it believes somehow disappeared from the books during 2003-2004.
Scott Maddox, who led the party during that time, is now seeking the Democratic nomination for governor. His campaign strategist said Tuesday that he would accept responsibility for any errors made by his staff or the auditing firm.
Source: Washington Post
National party bailing out Florida Democrats
Florida Democratic Party chairman Karen Thurman drew about $100,000 from the national party Wednesday to erase an IRS levy, and she said she's confident she can quickly resolve the problem.
Source: Tallahassee Democrat