LANSING (WKZO) -- U.S. Senate candidate Terri Lynn Land's fundraising efforts are being scrutinized.
Reportedly, Land made personal contributions to her own campaign in the amount of almost three-million dollars. Her federal financial disclosure form, though, does not indicate the source of that money. Land's campaign says it was an oversight.
Detractors question whether the money came from her husband's account. In the "Detroit Free Press," Paul Ryan of the Washington, DC-based Legal Center say this raises a legal red flag.