Jeff Stone failed to report a number of campaign contributions to his run for the State Senate: http://blogs.pe.com/politics/2011/05/stone-faces-16000-fppc-fine.html Also, here's info from AO, who's been researching this: Yes, Bart Simpson gave Jeff Stone money for his failed 2010 senate campaign!! And now Jeff in trouble for failing to report it in time. http://www.fppc.ca.gov/agendas/06-11/4StoneExhibit.pdf (See Page 5, item 1) Scientology has illegally funded Stone's campaign though various indirect means: (Churches cannot fund political candidates) Muriel Dufresne and Cathrine Fraser (who admitted in the IE weekly they earn NO SALARY) Samuel Alhadeff (through Buchanan, Ingersoll law firm of PA) There's others I'm trying to track down like Steve DiMemmo of San Jacinto, who may contribute under a corporate name. Other illegal contributions: Bail Bondsman Fausto Atilano (Illegally paid $3,900 for his Senate campaign. Bondsmen cannot fund political campaigns of sheriffs and local politicians) Also Fausto told me he does the Scientology purif. We need to look at the list of his contributors carefully. Oliver Schaper personally told me that his employees would help fund his election. He claims his accountant made the mistake. The law is clear. Was Jeff trying to hide his Scientology connections? I will go check with the registrar of voters WHO files his political contribution forms. If it's NOT his accountant, then the good Jeff Stone will be in trouble again. The law requires that political contributions made 90 days before the election date be reported within 24 hours. Here's why this is important: During Stone's campaign, I often looked at his contributions, but never saw Nancy Cartright listed. That's because it was filed late.