910 AM was mentioned to have connections to the Thanedar campaign
In addition to the $2.3 million he repaid to himself and the millions in television advertising he has purchased, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Shri Thanedar also paid one radio host and a company connected to another radio host to work on his campaign.
The first host — David Bullock — was paid a total of $24,000, including $6,000 while he was working as a host on the WFDF-AM (910) radio station doing interviews with Thanedar and promoting his candidacy.
And the Ecumenical Ministries Alliance, where the Rev. Horace Sheffield is the chairman, was paid $31,392 for phone banks and consulting by Thanedar’s campaign. The revelations, which showed up in updated campaign finance reports filed on Sunday, could represent a conflict of interest for two hosts who often interviewed political candidates.