Wednesday, November 19, 2008, 1:37 PM

Kahl & Norton Quoted in NY Times on Hillary's Campaign Debt

From the New York Times: Vendors still owed money from Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton's presidential campaign could be out of luck for years should she become secretary of state. Mrs. Clinton still had about $7.9 million in outstanding bills from her presidential campaign at the end of September, according to Federal Election Commission records. Philippe Reines, a spokesman for Mrs. Clinton, said she has since whittled it to $7.6 million, not including the $13.2 million she loaned her campaign out of her own pocket, which officials have said she does not expect to be repaid.

Jim and Larry comment on Hillary Clinton's campaign debt within the article.

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