Controversy ensnares Dash Gordon' team

May 2007
Hill;5/30/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 64, p9
The article focuses on the controversy involving lawmaker Rep. Bart Gordon's team for winning the ACLI Capital Challenge road race in the U.S. Rivals were suspicious about a few new additions to his team. The race website states that teams with members who do not comply with the rules leave themselves open to censure. Spokeswoman Julie Eubank defended Gordon's honor by saying that they have unpaid fellow who worked in their office and three of the four members have had affiliation in the office.


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