Checks from various donors to the Easley campaign were "reattributed" to the state Democratic Party.
A list of expenses for the Democratic Party related to the 2004 Easley campaign
A list of expenses for the Democratic Party related to the 2000 Easley campaign
The Democratic Party assigned some flights and Christmas ornaments to the Easley campaign as in-kind contributions.
The Democratic Party shifted various flights provided by donors to the Easley campaign as in-kind support.
Businessman Parker Overton says a flight he provided aboard his plane was an in-kind contribution to the Democratic Party.
Businessman Cameron McRae says a flight he provided aboard his plane was an in-kind contribution to the Democratic Party.
Businessman Jim Segrave says a flight he provided aboard his plane was an in-kind contribution to the Democratic Party.
The Democratic Party shifts a flight provided by McQueen Campbell to the Easley campaign as in-flight support.
Raleigh businessman McQueen Campbell says flights he provided aboard his plane were in-kind contributions to the Democratic Party.
Easley campaign staff discuss their participation with the Democratic Party's coordinated campaign, which pools resources to ensure a solid get-out-the-vote effort.
Easley campaign staffers discuss financial strategy for the 2004 campaign.
Easley campaign staff hatched a plan to use money from the Democratic Party to finance the 2004 campaign since it wouldn't include the limits placed on contributions directly from donors.
Charlotte developer Gary Allen said there was no link between money he gave to the Democratic Party and an environmental permit he obtained for a coastal project.
Wilmington developer Nick Garrett said he gave money to the Democratic Party with the understanding it would be funneled back to the Easley campaign.
Wilmington businessman Lanny Wilson said he and his then-fiancee gave money to the Democratic Party with the understanding that it would be funneled back to the Easley campaign.
Former Gov. Mike Easley and his campaign paid Fayetteville car dealer Bobby Bleecker in 2009 for the use of a used GMC Yukon he provided to them in 2003.
Campbell billed the Easley campaign for $11,000 in travel expenses for the services of his plane, but he said the payment was actually for repairs he paid for at Gov. Mike Easley's Raleigh home.
Campbell's list of flights he provided for former Gov. Mike Easley aboard his private planes.