A Comprehensive Audit of John White’s La. Ethics Admin. Filings
On October 15, 2015, I read all of the documents that Louisiana superintendent John White has on file with the Louisiana Ethics Administration since January 11, 2012 to date, using the Ethics Admin search engine.
In this post, I would like to share what I learned. Specifically, White has filed 60 documents with the Louisiana Ethics Administration since his arrival in Louisiana in 2011; four are annual “personal financial disclosure” reports for 2011-2014; four are amendments to the personal financial disclosure reports, and the remaining 52 are “affidavits regarding compensation for attending an educational or professional development seminar or conference by a public servant”– statements of his whereabouts in the name of “public service” and the cost to Louisiana taxpayers for reimbursing White for such travels.
In this post, I briefly examine each document and group like documents. Links to all 60 documents are included, as well. Think of this post as a digest/audit of John White’s mandated ethics filings.
Here we go.
Let’s start with White’s annual personal financial disclosures (2011-14), both original A Comprehensive Audit of John White’s La. Ethics Admin. Filings | deutsch29: