HomePoliticsASSEMBLYMAN IRA HANSEN DEMANDS OSCARSON ACCOUNT FOR $41k OF DONOR MONEY Politics ASSEMBLYMAN IRA HANSEN DEMANDS OSCARSON ACCOUNT FOR $41k OF DONOR MONEY April 11, 2018 Rob Lauer Political Reporter Earlier today 360 Daily.net reported that Republican Assemblyman James Oscarson (AD 36) of Nye County and Pahrump, who controls the Growth and Opportunity PAC was supposed to raise money for Republican Assembly Caucus members and candidates. According to the official C&E report filed with the Nevada Secretary of State on January 16, 2018, Oscarson’s PAC took in $47,500.00 in 2017 and spent $139,396.03. There was no data indicating how much money he has on hand. Republican Assembly Caucus members are fuming mad about $41,000 that Oscarson refuses to account for. The $41,000 was paid to unknown and undisclosed credit cards in large lump sums, including one payment to an unknown Capital One Card on October 24, 2017, for $14,493.15. Oscarson is refusing to disclose the names of the cardholders or the vendors the $41,000 was paid to through the credit cards. Assemblyman James Oscarson Now, Republican Assemblyman Ira Hansen is calling on Republican Assemblyman Oscarson to open the PAC books and provide the card credit bill records in full.” It’s not his money. I believe in transparency. Oscarson needs to release the records and show us where the money went. We’re not talking about $200. We are talking about $41,000 that’s unaccounted for.” Assemblyman Ira Hansen is currently running for State Senate District 14.