Ethics probe could be revived if Paul Broun wins House seat

Paul Broun announces his candidacy for U.S. Senate in February 2013. (AJC/Hyosub Shin)

Paul Broun announces his candidacy for U.S. Senate in February 2013. (AJC/Hyosub Shin)

When former U.S. Rep. Paul Broun left Congress at the end of 2014, a House Ethics Committee investigation looking into his alleged misuse of taxpayer funds for political purposes dissipated.

But with the Republican now running for Georgia’s 9th Congressional District seat, there’s a chance he could return to Capitol Hill next year. And if voters send him back to Washington, his ethics case could be revived.

Read more about what could be awaiting the tea party favorite here. 

 

 


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