(SOURCE) – Karen Weaver, the incumbent mayor of Flint, Mi., used campaign funds for an event at an adult entertainment called "Flint's Club 69," according to a report from Michigan Live.
The venue, which displays "Club 69" in the format of an interstate highway sign, usually functions as a gentleman's club. Campaign finance forms show Weaver's campaign paying $7,500 to the company that owns the club, "Power Team 69," for "consulting" services.
The campaign did not respond to requests for clarification as to the exact use of the money, according to the article. But the payment occurred in late June a couple of days before an anti-violence event titled "Guns Down, Mics Up," which was held at the venue. It was the campaign's largest single expenditure.
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