What do the Firefighters Legislative Action Group in California, the Council on American-Islamic Relations California Political Action Committee, the National Organization of Republican Armenians and the Los Angeles County Democratic Party have in common? All were clients of — and thus, potential victims — of arrested Democratic campaign treasurer Kinde Durkee.
Durkee, accused of slushing funds between the accounts of her clients and using their cash to pay her personal expenses, had a long list of clients when she was arrested on Friday, according to a list from the California Secretary of State’s office published by the Sacramento Bee.
Right now, Durkee has only been charged with ripping off Assemblyman Jose Solorio. But a spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney’s office told the L.A. Times that the case may broaden to include other victims. She told the newspaper she couldn’t say how many other victims there could be.
Check out Durkee’s list of clients below.