Last fall, yours truly got a call from a Bill Connor campaign operative - who didn't identify himself as being one - trying to convince me there was a major ethical crisis because two other Lt. Governor candidates - Ken Ard and Ralph Norman (who later dropped to run for a State House seat) because they had not filed a disclosure.
One has to chuckle at the irony that the latest filing deadline passed with no filing from the Connor campaign. After seeing the initial report on the Palmetto Scoop website, we went to make sure, and as shown in the screen capture from the S.C. Ethics Commission website, no filing from the Connor campaign.
To be fair, we looked and didn't see any filings from the other two candidates - Ken Ard or Tim Scott - either.
Not that we think this is a major problem so early in the campaign, as much of the money raising and spending has yet to take place, but the irony of failing to their own standard on campaign filings is amusing. Especially on a Monday.