Raleigh, N.C. — U.S. Senate candidate Greg Brannon's ethics paperwork is now up to date.
Earlier this year year, @NCCapitol noted that Brannon had failed to file a needed ethics disclosure form.
Senate rules require that all senators and candidates for office who spend more than $5,000 toward a campaign file a form disclosing their potential conflict of interest.
In February, Brannon's campaign said they had filed the form, but it had not showed up online or in hard files with the Senate public records office. Brannon mailed a new form on March 18.
The document is now available. It shows Brannon has income from his obstetrics and gynecology practice as well as a medical weight loss clinic. The form also shows Brannon's affiliation with pregnancy support clinics that discourage abortions.