Federal officials to Herschel Walker committee: Learn how to add your campaign contributions

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Herschel Walker, Republican nominee for the US Senate in Georgia.Todd Kirkland/Getty Images
The Federal Elections Commission has warned Herschel Walker's joint fundraising committee.
The FEC found several errors in the October campaign finance committee's quarterly filing.
Walker will face Democratic Senator Raphael Warnock in the Georgia Senate runoff December 6.
The Federal Elections Commission has warned US Senate candidate Herschel Walker's joint fundraising committee that one of its recent campaign finance reports is riddled with accounting errors.
The Nov. 28 letter to Team Herschel's People's Champion Committee highlights inconsistencies in a report covering financial activity from July through September, including several miscalculations.
The FEC letter includes instructions on how the Treasurer can verify its addition to the annual totals and treasury balance. "The treasury balance at the end of the current reporting period should always equal the treasury balance for the most recent calendar year," wrote Kevin Fortkiewicz, Senior Campaign Finance and Review Analyst.
Walker's committee has until January 3 to respond to the FEC's letter. Failure to respond in a timely manner may result in an investigation or "enforcement action".
A Walker spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Walker, a Republican, will face Democratic Senator Raphael Warnock in the US Senate runoff on December 6th. Neither Warnock nor Walker passed the 50 percent threshold in the November 8 general election, triggering the runoff.
Such warning letters from the FEC are common to large political committees that raise and spend significant funds and occasionally make accounting errors. The FEC in 2021, for example, flagged Warnock's campaign to accept donations that exceeded federal donation limits.
However, the result can be severe, leading not only to bad headlines but also federal penalties if campaigns don't quickly and adequately fix the issues.
Bad press was already a problem for Walker, who was plagued by allegations that he was hiding "secret" children and paying for a former girlfriend's abortion and forcing another to have one. Some memorable moments for Walker include a bizarre speech in which he explained to voters why he'd rather be a werewolf than a vampire and an interview in which he described the election as an "erection."
Still, polls show the race is close in Georgia, where early voting has begun.
A Warnock win would give the Democrats a 51-49 Senate majority, while a Walker win would maintain the 50-50 Senate split.
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