Bernie Sanders still owes the Tucson Police Department for security

By SoAzNewsX

Former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is still in debt to the tune of $450,000 to a  number of police departments around the country that provided him a security detail while he was campaigning in the states.

The Vermont senator owes the Tucson Police Department $44,000 for security when he visited Tucson during the 2016 campaign.

The Daily Wire reports that Sanders has unpaid debt piled up with police departments in Arizona, California, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Washington and Wisconsin.

Across the nation, in the states of Arizona, California, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Washington and Wisconsin, the Sanders campaign still owes a disputed $450,000 to various cities. Those figures include over $117,000 to the Santa Monica, California police department; $67,000 to the Irvine, California police department; over $44,000 to the Tucson, Arizona police department; over $33,000 to the Spokane, Washington police department; over $28,000 to the city of Vallejo, California; over $28,000 to the National City, California police department; over $25,000 to Upper Providence Township in Pennsylvania; over $23,000 to the Cloverdale, California police department, and over $22,000 to the Solano County Sheriff’s Office in Fairfield, California.

Meanwhile, the Trump and Clinton campaigns have settled all their debts.

The bulk of the debt is to California police departments. Sandersis planning a trip to the Golden State next week to tout his Medicare-for-all legislation.

 

 

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