(KGTV) - Embattled Congressman Duncan Hunter faces more questions from the Federal Election Commission regarding campaign finances.
The letter claims $344, 923.04 in un-itemized receipts were not reported properly. When contributions from an individual reach $200 for an election cycle, the itemization must include pertinent details.
Hunter's spokesman claims the request for more information is commonplace and that many elected officials receive these notifications.
"Congressman Hunter's campaign has always complied with all regulations and reporting requirements concerning federal campaign laws akgwill continue to do so," said Michael Harrison.
Hunter faces charges for misusing more than $250,000 of campaign finances and goes to court in the new year.
-- Prosecutors: How Hunter misused campaign funds
-- Motion: Hunter spent campaign funds on "desire for intimacy"
-- Judge allowing evidence of Hunter's alleged affairs at trial
-- Former staffer claims Hunter groped her at DC party in 2014