Anika Omphroy fined $2K for ‘reckless’ 2020 campaign reporting issues

Rep. Anika Omphroy is aspiring for higher office with a run for Congress, but a state Elections Commission order is fining her for unfinished business from her last Statehouse election.

The two-term state Representative paid a $10,440 fee to run for Congress in Florida’s 20th Congressional District on June 15. But an order filed June 8 says she owes the Florida Elections Commission $2,000 for her “reckless” disregard for election reporting requirements for her 2020 election to represent what was then House District 95 in central Broward County.

And that might not be the worst of it.

A spokeswoman for the

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