Primary Challenger Admits Incumbent Dem Paid Him $90G To Quit Race

Lawyers for a former Democratic primary challenger to Pennsylvania Rep. Robert Brady said his client plans to plead guilty to hiding a $90,000 payment from Brady’s campaign after dropping out of the primary in 2012.

Court documents show that former Philadephia city judge Jimmie Moore met with Brady and said the arrangement was “agreed and understood” that the payment would be disguised, The Associated Press reported.

Brady’s attorney denied that there was any arrangement.

“We don’t think that ever happened,” James Eisenhower said. “We think the congressman has done everything right.”

Read more at Roll Call.