On June 20, 2011, the Toldeo Blade reported:
Republican Ohio state Treasurer Josh Mandel has missed a deadline by more than 30 days in which to file his personal financial disclosure statement as a candidate for the U.S. Senate.
Mandel spokesman Anthony Conchel did not dispute that the campaign had missed the deadline. He said Mr. Mandel was still accumulating information and would pay the $200 late penalty when he files.
“We plan on filing the report very soon and paying the fee as laid out in the instructions. Due to a delay in gathering some of the required information, we thought it best to hold off filing in order to submit a full and accurate report,” Mr. Conchel said.
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