Sen. Ryan and Stephanie Fattman to pay fines in campaign finance case


BOSTON — The Massachusetts attorney general announced Tuesday that her office had reached a settlement with Sen. Ryan Fattman; his wife, Worcester Registrar of Probate Stephanie Fattman; and members of their campaign committees in the three-year probe into campaign finance irregularities.

“Enforcing our campaign finance laws, and holding those who violate them accountable, are critical functions of our office,” said said Attorney General Andrea Joy Campbell. “We will continue to hold accountable those who misuse positions of power, break the law and undermine the public’s trust.” 

BOSTON - Senator Ryan Fattman and his wife Stephanie

The settlements, which include Fattman’s father, Donald Fattman, for his actions taken as the Treasurer of the Ryan Fattman Committee; the Republican State Committee; the Sutton Republican Town Committee; and his brother Anthony Fattman for actions taken as Chair of the Sutton Republican Town Committee.  The settlement resolves allegations that each person or entity violated state campaign finance laws during Stephanie Fattman’s campaign for re-election as register of probate in 2020.

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