He also protested that Jordan did not produce any of the tickets in question in his defense.
"Somehow the committee felt that since there was no fine attached that there was no wrongdoing here," said Di Maggio.
"I never got any tickets, I don't have any tickets," countered Jordan. "If he's going to make an allegation, he should be prepared to back it up. I don't think I should have to prove that I didn't do something."
The panel also found that there was no contact information or address on the flyer, but said that this violation does not rise to the standard required in an emergency complaint.
The FCP does not have any legal authority, but rather serves as in impartial watchdog in the campaign process.
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