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Then-Republican Senate Republican Candidate Senator Martha McSally speaks to supporters at AZGOP headquarters on November 2, 2020 in Phoenix, Arizona. | Courtney Pedroza / Getty Images
A deputy campaign manager for former Senator Martha McSally pleaded guilty on Friday to stealing more than six digits from her campaign, the Justice Department said.
Anthony Barry, Arizona Republican advisor and assistant campaign manager, faces a prison sentence of up to five years after pleading guilty to taking more than $ 115,000 off her campaign in 2018 and 2019. This emerges from a communication from the Ministry of Justice. His sentencing is scheduled for July 6th.
33-year-old Barry “fraudulently” allowed McSally’s campaign to pay him more than his salary.