Federal Election Commission and IRS Filings Detail Rep. David Scott's Campaign Finances

Federal Election Commission filings show U.S. Rep. David Scott, D-Ga., used his campaign account to pay more than $500,000 to four family members and his family's business, Dayn-Mark Advertising.

You can examine some of these filings by clicking on the following links:

Click here to view the David Scott for Congress committee filings. These filings will detail how much money the campaign spent, who was paid and when.

Click here to find out who contributed to David Scott's campaigns for Congress. These filings will detail who — organizations and individuals — contributed to Scott's campaigns, and to which candidates and campaigns Scott contributed.

Click here to view an IRS Form 990 (organizations exempt from income tax) for David Scott for Congress committee. This is a filing required by the IRS for income contributed to a non-profit organization, in this case a political committee.