Rennia noted for violating campaign finance law

By Erika Mahoney

Rennia noted for violating campaign finance law

October 21, 2013 Updated Oct 21, 2013 at 11:43 PM EDT

Binghamton, NY (WBNG Binghamton) Democratic candidate for Binghamton mayor Teri Rennia has violated campaign finance law.

Rennia violated the law on two separate occasions, including failing to list $300 in expenditures from a campaign fundraiser this summer and not listing a $35 fee for registering her campaign website's domain.

Rennia called both violations "clerical errors."

"You know, I'm just going to continue moving forward," Rennia said. "I've spent enough time with the voters in the last six months that I know, that I know what they're interested in. I know what they're concerned about and that's jobs, and they're worried about taxes."

The Broome Republican Chairman Bijoy Datta was the one to point out the violations. Rennia said both errors have been corrected.

Earlier this month, Republican candidate Rich David came under fire for exceeding campaign contributions.

David exceeded more than triple the amount allowed for campaign contributions when he received an in-kind contribution of $3,700 in from Zona and Co. Grille.