Fort Wayne GOP Rep. Bob Morris received just one contribution following his outburst against the Girl Scouts earlier this year.
His latest campaign finance report filed Friday shows he raised $5,000 between Jan. 1 and April 13 -- all of which came via one donation from the Northeast Indiana PAC for Better Government.
The donation came April 10 -- well past the February airing of Morris' comments calling the Girl Scouts a "radicalized" organization that supports abortion and lesbianism.
The political action committee is financed by several prominent business executives, including Richard Freeland and Don McArdle. It has been a heavy player in local Republican politics for years, giving thousands of dollars to different campaigns.
Morris now has about $19,000 on hand. He is facing Democrat Lee Jordan in the fall. The state's online campaign finance database had not yet posted Jordan's latest report.
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