Gregg’s relationship with contractor questioned

Blogger Mark Nickolas is raising questions about how Commerce secretary nominee Judd Gregg reported campaign contributions from a company that was pursing work as a Homeland Security Department contractor.

On his Political Base blog, Nickolas reports that as a U.S. senator, Gregg failed to report all details of contributors who worked for Reveal Imaging Technologies Inc. Information on employer and job title are a requirement for any political donation of more than $200.

According to Nickolas’ report, Gregg was the only member of Congress who did not include that information for donations from Reveal executives.

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