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Part 2, Several Direct Payments from Donald Trump campaign to South Carolina Treasurer Curtis Loftis who illegally used State Website to Campaign for Trump and attack Hillary Clinton

***Update located several more thousands given to the Donald Trump campaign to South Carolina Treasurer Curtis Loftis. *** If South Carolina Treasurer Curtis Loftis, blocked me on Twitter when I wrote previous blog, we can only imagine the reaction if he saw my new blog. Previous blog titledd: “Violation – South Carolina Treasurer Curtis Loftis using state-run website to campaign for Donald Trump, attack Hillary Clinton campaign, attack S.C Lawmakers and influence Election Ballot Issues”.

Not only has State Treasurer Loftis used the state’s website to influence the outcome of elections and ballot issues; it now turns out that Loftis has received money from Donald Trump. As mention in the previous blog Trump used a twitter feed to stream into the state’s website to attack Hillary Clinton and support Trump; he also Loftis introduced reports that benefited Trump but had no place on the state run website to influence the Republican Primary and the Presidential Elections.
That information about campaigning for Trump and attacking Hillary Clinton you will find at the end of this blog. The attacks concerning ballot issues and attacks on other lawmakers and trying to influence elections you will find in prior blog.

Directly below have payments by Donald Trump’s campaign to SC Treasurer Curtis Loftis. In one payment it shows rent and utilities paid to Loftis twice. In two other separate payments during 2016 it showed Trump as the payer to Curtis Loftis, the payee in which the campaign gave him more money.

***I have updated the time frame of payments from January to 2016 to April 2016 to November 2015 to April 2016.  Instead of receiving $5850 from the Trump campaign, Loftis has received $11450.***

From November 2015 to April 2016 Loftis has received $11450 from the Trump campaign.

8-13-1346.
(A) A person may not use or authorize the use of public funds, property, or time to influence the outcome of an election.
(B) This section does not prohibit the incidental use of time and materials for preparation of a newsletter reporting activities of the body of which a public official is a member.
(C) This section does not prohibit the expenditure of public resources by a governmental entity to prepare informational materials, conduct public meetings, or respond to news media or citizens’ inquiries concerning a ballot measure affecting that governmental entity; however, a governmental entity may not use public funds, property, or time in an attempt to influence the outcome of a ballot measure.

8-13-765. Use of government personnel or facilities for campaign purposes; government personnel permitted to work on campaigns on own time.
(A) No person may use government personnel, equipment, materials, or an office building in an election campaign. The provisions of this subsection do not apply to a public official’s use of an official residence.

CURTIS LOFTIS 133 STATE STREET
WEST COLUMBIA, South Carolina 29169
11/03/2015 RENT 3200.00

CURTIS LOFTIS 133 STATE STREET
WEST COLUMBIA, South Carolina 29169
12/01/2015 RENT AND UTILITIES 800.00

SCHEDULE B
ITEMIZED DISBURSEMENTS
All Listed Line Numbers
Committee: DONALD J. TRUMP FOR PRESIDENT, INC.
CURTIS LOFTIS 133 STATE STREET
WEST COLUMBIA, South Carolina 29169
01/05/2016 RENT AND UTILITIES 800.00

CURTIS LOFTIS 133 STATE STREET
WEST COLUMBIA, South Carolina 29169
01/31/2016 RENT AND UTILITIES 800.00

SCHEDULE B
ITEMIZED DISBURSEMENTS
All Listed Line Numbers
Committee: DONALD J. TRUMP FOR PRESIDENT, INC.

 

 

 Federal Election Commission

DISBURSEMENTS BY PAYEE

DONALD J. TRUMP FOR PRESIDENT, INC.

725 FIFTH AVENUE
NEW YORK, New York   10022

FEC Committee ID #: C00580100

Report type: Year-End

Filed 01/31/2016

PAYEE SUM
1 WAY AUDIO VISUAL SERVICES   3,130.16
405 PUB AND GRILL   10.82
7301 PARTNERS, LLC   1,026.7
LOFTIS, CURTIS   4,000.00

DONALD J. TRUMP FOR PRESIDENT, INC.

725 FIFTH AVENUE
NEW YORK, New York   10022

FEC Committee ID #: C00580100

Report type: February Monthly

Filed 02/20/2016

LOFTIS, CURTIS   1,600.00

DONALD J. TRUMP FOR PRESIDENT, INC.

725 FIFTH AVENUE
NEW YORK, New York   10022

FEC Committee ID #: C00580100

Report type: April Monthly

Filed 04/20/2016

LOFTIS, CURTIS   250.00

 

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Charleston ripe for investment from Wall Street firms, state treasurer says; Trump also bullish on region

Monday, April 13, 2015

By: John McDermott and Schuyler Kropf
From: The Post and Courier

South Carolina’s state treasurer is hoping a national gathering of government money handlers in Charleston will yield a bigger long-term payoff.

Curtis Loftis said he urged the State Financial Officers Foundation to hold its 2015 spring meeting downtown in part to show off the city to the movers and shakers from the investment world who attend the group’s events.

“I think the more I can expose them to Charleston the better chance we’ll have of them moving some or all of their operations here,” Loftis said.

The two-day conference at the DoubleTree Hotel by Hilton near the historic City Market wraps up Tuesday.
Loftis said 16 state treasurers who are responsible collectively for more than $1 trillion in financial assets are in attendance. Also on hand are numerous representatives from big banks and other firms that invest public pension money.

Loftis said he will form a task force this summer to explore ways of luring more financial service jobs to Charleston or other parts of the state. He called it a “clean, crisp business” with deep pockets, pointing to Citigroup’s ATD electronic stock-trading outpost in Mount Pleasant.

“It’s a relatively small amount of people, but the economic benefit is massive,” Loftis said.

Charleston is an ideal location to promote because many Wall Street executives are already acquainted with the historic district and other nearby destinations, either as second-home owners or as visitors.

“They vacation here,” Loftis said. “They love Daniel Island. They love Kiawah Island.”

Delaware is among the states that have “tweaked” their laws to entice financial service firms.

“All of the sudden they’re the credit card capital of the world. … We ought to get our share,” he said.

At least one well-known business tycoon and possible presidential candidate spoke about investing in the Lowcountry at the conference.

“I think Charleston is a fantastic place … becoming an unbelievable tourist destination, one of the finest in the country, and I like Charleston very much,” real estate developer Donald Trump said after his keynote address. “And I like the people very much. It’s something that I could do.”

In fact, Trump said he already has “invested in something” in the Charleston region. He declined to elaborate Monday but said he might be ready discuss the deal in more detail next time he visits.

“I’ll announce it at the appropriate time,” Trump said. “It’s very interesting.”

One of his sons, Donald Trump Jr., is involved in the ownership of the former Navy hospital on Rivers Avenue in North Charleston. Trump Sr. hasn’t been directly linked to any venture in the Lowcountry, at least publicly, though one of his recent purchases had a local tie-in.

His Trump Organization bought the financially troubled Doonbeg Golf Club and the Lodge at Doonbeg in western Ireland for about $20.5 million in February 2014. The seaside resort property was originally built and owned by an affiliate of Charleston-based Kiawah Development Partners.

Schuyler Kropf of The Post and Courier contributed to this report.

 

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Loftis to host Trump, Ashcroft, Fiorina at SFO conference

Friday, April 3, 2015

From: Greenville Business Magazine

The State Financial Officers Foundation (SFOF) today announced that businessman and investor Donald Trump, and author Travis Brown, will deliver keynote addresses at its spring meeting on April 13-14 in historic downtown Charleston.  Other keynote speakers include Carly Fiorina, former CEO of Hewlett-Packard, and former Attorney General John Ashcroft.

“Charleston is the perfect location to host state treasurers, business experts and top thought leaders from around the country,” said South Carolina State Treasurer Curtis M. Loftis Jr.  “Charleston is not only rich in history and culture, but also financial and economic opportunities.”

“We’re honored to add Donald Trump to our distinguished lineup of speakers.  Trump needs no introduction.  He’s an extraordinary business leader with a lifetime of experiences and insights that will benefit and challenge our guests,” said Derek Kreifels, president of the State Financial Officers Foundation.

“We’re also thrilled that renowned author Travis Brown will join our event.  Few in America understand economics and tax policy at the state level – the very issues our members grapple with every day – better than Brown,” Kreifels said.

Brown is the author of “How Money Walks” and the co-author of the New York Times and USA Today bestseller “An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of States” (with Art Laffer, Steve Moore, and Rex Sinquefield).

SFOF is the nation’s leading conservative foundation committed to bringing together state financial officers with the nation’s top private sector companies and organizations.  SFOF is founded on the belief that state financial officers can and should play a greater role in promoting conservative, and fiscally responsible public policy.

“This conference brings state financial officers together with members of the corporate community to discuss some of the nation’s most critical financial issues,” said Loftis.  Topics in previous meetings have included pension reform, municipal bankruptcies, 529 college savings programs, unclaimed property, financial literacy, banking and finance regulatory reform, and retirement savings issues.

The two-day conference will be held at the DoubleTree Hotel by Hilton in historic downtown Charleston.

“I’m thrilled Treasurer Loftis has agreed to host our meeting in the beautiful city of Charleston,” said Kreifels.  “Treasurer Loftis is widely respected among his fellow financial officers for his leadership skills, and for his impressive background in private business.”

Previous speakers have included former New York Governor George Pataki, Stephen Moore, the Heritage Foundation’s chief economist, James Kemp, president of the Jack Kemp Foundation, and John Sugden, pension expert from Standard & Poor’s.

For more information about the SFOF Spring National Meeting, contact Scott Lindenberg at scott.lindenberg@sto.sc.gov or (803) 734-2620.

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