The Salem Statesman-Journal reports that former representative Dan Doyle (R-Salem) still hasn't paid any of the $127,185 in fines for his campaign finance shenanigans - even though he has a VERY lenient payment plan:
On July 11, the Statesman Journal reported that Doyle hadn't paid any of his fines, 21 months after telling a local judge he'd take responsibility for his campaign finance crimes "in any way I can."
A week later, Doyle agreed to a payment plan. He notified the state that he'd start paying $500 per month, starting Aug. 1, said Jeff Morgan, director of the Business Services Division of the Secretary of State's office.
But at the close of business Thursday, no money from Doyle had been submitted, Morgan said.
For those keeping score at home, at $500/month, he'll have his fines paid off by the year 2028 (assuming that interest isn't accruing).