When is Senate candidate Dwight Bullard going to learn to file his campaign finance reports on time?

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Another day, another blown deadline by Senate candidate Dwight Bullard.

Bullard, running for State Senate District 39, has, of Saturday morning, yet to electronically file his second-quarter campaign finance report even though it was due no later than 11:59 p.m. on Friday, July 13.

Not filing his campaign finance reports on time appears to be a habit of Representative Bullard.

In 2011, the Florida Elections Commission fined Rep. Bullard $2,705.72 for failing to timely file a pair of campaign finance reports during his most re-election bid. The commission rejected the Miami Democrat’s excuse that he was acting as his own treasurer, ran out of time and filed a campaign finance report 11 days late. In a unanimous ruling, the commission fined Bullard $2,555.72 for missing the deadline.

The same panel fined Bullard an additional $150 for filing a campaign termination report three days late.

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