The Washington Post has a story about Steele’s campaign spending. Its not just your typical run of the mill story, the Feds are involved. You can read the story here, below are some of the interesting parts of the article.
In one of his allegations, Fabian points to a February 2007 payment by Steele's Senate campaign of more than $37,000 to Brown Sugar Unlimited, the company run by Steele's sister, Monica Turner. Campaign finance records list the expense as having been for "catering/web services." Turner filed papers to dissolve the company 11 months before the payment was received.
In a separate allegation, Fabian described the bank withdrawal. After the 2006 election, an aide transferred the funds that had been raised for Steele's lieutenant governor campaign -- more than $600,000 -- out of what had been the campaign's bank account.
The money had been raised for Steele in concert with Ehrlich (former Governor). Much of it, in fact, had been brought in by Ehrlich's team, said a senior Republican fundraiser and as well as a former Steele aide, each speaking on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the matter.
We will see if this story has legs, but when Obama’s cabinet appointees are falling like flies from a bug zapper because of tax problems, one has to wonder if this story gains steam, if Steele will be able to hold on to the reins of the RNC.