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State GOP files complaint about McIntyre

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WILMINGTON, N.C. -

North Carolina Republicans have complained that U.S. Rep. Mike McIntyre failed to file campaign reports on time and didn't disclose individual donor contributions.
    
The StarNews of Wilmington reports the state Republican Party sent a complaint letter to the Federal Election Commission last week. The letter says that the Democrat's campaign also was late in filing statements of organization to run a campaign.
    
McIntyre's campaign committee said Monday the FEC has not contacted them about issues with the committee filings. It said it will comply if the FEC says reports need to be changed.
    
McIntyre was recently re-elected from the state's 7th Congressional District, defeating state Sen. David Rouzer of Johnston in a close race.
  

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