Meanwhile the Lieberman campaign still hasn't provided a journal, or any documentation as to how the $387,561 was spent.
From the NYT's Empire Zone Blog:
The Lieberman campaign is steadfastly refusing to allow reporters to inspect documents related to a $387,000 disbursement of petty cash before the primary election. By law, the campaign is required to keep a petty cash journal.
According to the Federal Elections Commission, a campaign can make payments of under $100 through "petty cash" as the campaign said it did with "volunteersÂ" in the field during the days leading up to the primary, paying them between $50 and $100 a day.
But the F.E.C. does not require the campaign to release such a report to journalists or the public, only show it to the commission on request. And since the Lamont campaign has filed a complaint with the F.E.C., that could happen.
TParty at LamontBlog also has a handy timeline of the Lieberman campaign's statements about those same records.
This isn't going to go away until they explain where all that money went.