With election time, might 8, fast approaching, Cecil Bothwell is bashing their primary rival within the 11th Congressional District Democratic primary, Hayden Rogers, when planning on taking campaign contributions through the cash advance industry.
Bothwell as well as other experts associated with the industry state it profits from predatory financing that targets young and workers that are low-income.
The Bothwell campaign sent a news release May 2 asserting that Rogers has accepted $17,500 in campaign contributions from people, lobbyists and special-interest teams connected utilizing the industry. Although the contributions are appropriate, Bothwell records that the industry is not legally allowed to work in new york. Continue reading “Bothwell as well as other experts of this industry state it profits from predatory financing that targets young and workers that are low-income.”