RALEIGH — State Rep. Darren Jackson, a Wake County Democrat, disabled portions of his campaign website after an interview questioning whether those pages raised ethical concerns. At issue is whether Jackson violated legislative ethics rules by including his legislative assistant’s name and e-mail address, his legislative e-mail address, legislative phone number, and legislative office address on his campaign website. Jackson said he was reaching out to his constituents.
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Anthony Greco is an associate editor of Carolina Journal.