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Al Sharpton’s 2004 Presidential Campaign Still Has $900,000 In Debt

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By Ben Zeisloft

Al Sharpton’s 2004 Presidential campaign still carries at least $888,713 in debt.

According to a Tuesday release from the Federal Election Commission, the racial activist — who unsuccessfully ran for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2004 — has failed to make payments on campaign expenses and civil penalties. Fox Business reports that the debt is as high as $925,713.

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