Pat McCrory's campaign for governor filled out donor reports largely complete after all.
A State Board of Elections official said Tuesday McCrory's campaign provided required employer or profession information about people who gave to the Republican nominee.
The News & Observer of Raleigh wrote over the weekend that McCrory's reports didn't show that detail for about 250 donors giving $300,000.
Board investigator Kim Strach said McCrory's campaign had the information. But the detail didn't show up on reports on the board's Web site due to a computer glitch. Strach said the problem will be fixed by Wednesday.
The explanation jibes with the comments of campaign manager Richard Hudson. He said the campaign had followed instructions for board software to fill out the report.
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