Liberal Democrat Julio Perez has already accepted the maximum campaign contributions from the SEIU (the Service Employees Union), for his 69th Assembly District campaign. And he touted their endorsement on his website. But the SEIU also appear to be allowing him to use their office space for his campaign office. That is called an in-kind contribution. Perez appears to be violating campaign finance laws by accepting the maximum cash contributions from the SEIU and free rent. That free rent could be worth thousands of dollars.
Click here to see the SEIU’s address in Santa Ana, on their website. You will find that it is 1651 E. 4th St. Santa Ana, CA.
Well, check out the Perez campaign address that the Liberal OC posted in one of their articles:
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2 thoughts on “Is Julio Perez breaking campaign laws regarding contributions from the SEIU?”
I read the LibOC article. Where does it say or imply that he is using Suite 117 of that office for free?
Oh so he was paying for the office? Nice try. My sources tell me he is in a panic and is moving his office soon. Busted!