A lengthy FBI agent affidavit detailing an alleged $60 million corruption scheme led by one of Ohio’s most powerful elected officials provides painstaking detail about groups and individuals who played roles in spending mostly corporate cash.
Only one of those groups is specifically named: Generation Now, a purported slush fund controlled by since-ousted Republican House Speaker Larry Householder and his closest political adviser, Jeffrey Longstreth.
Householder, Longstreth, three other individuals, and Generation Now were indicted on federal racketeering charges last week, the same day Householder’s House colleagues removed him as the speaker.
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