Rochester Mayor's Trial Will Scrutinize Campaign Financing

Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren is scheduled to go on trial this week along with two associates on charges they broke campaign finance rules during her 2017 reelection campaign.

Warren, campaign treasurer Albert Jones Jr. and Rosiland Brooks-Harris, the city’s finance director and treasurer of a pro-Warren political action committee, are charged with exceeding campaign finance limits by illegally moving money between her campaign committee and the now-defunct PAC.

Warren lost her reelection campaign when she was defeated in the Democratic primary by City Councilmember Malik Evans and is scheduled to leave office in January. A conviction on one of the two felony counts she faces would require that

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