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Garrett was first elected with $3,300 in the bank, but a series of small campaign expenses led him to lose his office.
He later filed an ethics complaint after a state official alleged Garrett illegally used campaign funds to send campaign fundraising emails without his knowledge. In the complaint, published by the News-Sun, former deputy political director David B. Ritchie alleged that Garrett’s office had received more than $2,100 in taxpayer money as a result.
Garrett’s staff has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing.
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Garrett plans to run again for state treasurer, although it’s not clear if he’ll run as an independent or as a Republican. He’s known to be close with Republican Gov. Terry Branstad and has a close bond w바카라사이트ith Branstad,바카라사이트 so he could win the state’s GOP primary. He has not yet announced where he will run in November.