COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - The campaign for South Carolina's top prosecutor is working to correct nearly four years of quarterly reports following questions from The Associated Press.
Since Sunday, Attorney General Alan Wilson's campaign has filed more than 15 new reports for quarterly disclosure reports dating to October 2010. The changes come days after the AP asked the campaign about unreported donations and contributions that appeared to exceed the limit of $3,500 per election cycle.
Wilson spokesman Richard Quinn Sr. was working on a response. He has said the campaign tries to vigilantly comply with ethics laws.
State Ethics Commission attorney Cathy Hazelwood said Friday the agency was reviewing Wilson's filings for potential over-the-limit donations. The agency had sent no notice yet. State law sets no deadline for self-corrections and no limit on changes.