Duncan D. Hunter

American politician and U.S. Marine Corps officer

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Duncan D. Hunter: American politician and U.S. Marine Corps officer
Duncan Duane Hunter is an American politician who served as a U.S. Representative for California's 50th congressional district from 2013 to 2020. He is a member of the Republican Party, and was first elected to the House in 2008. This district, numbered as the 52nd from 2009 to 2013, covers much of northern and inland San Diego County and a sliver of Riverside County, including the cities of El Cajon, Escondido, San Marcos, Santee and Temecula. He served in the U.S. Marines from 2001 through 2005 and succeeded his father, Republican Duncan Lee Hunter, a member of Congress from 1981 to 2009.


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Former California congressman Hunter gets 11 months in corruption case

former california congressman hunter gets 11 months in corruption case
Former U.S. Representative Duncan Hunter, who...
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Duncan Hunter Sentenced to 11 Months in Prison for Stealing Campaign Funds

The California Republican resigned from Congress in January, a month after pleading guilty to spending more than $150,000 in campaign funds on personal expenses. - Published

Former Congressman sentenced to 11 months prison

Former California Republican Rep. Duncan Hunter has been sentenced to 11 months in prison after pleading guilty to misspending campaign funds.(March 17) - Published

Resigning California congressman's seat to be left vacant for year

California Governor Gavin Newsom has decided against calling a special election to fill the seat U.S. Representative Duncan Hunter will leave vacant in Congress next week when he resigns following his..
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California congressman convicted in corruption case to resign next week

U.S. Representative Duncan Hunter, a leading California Republican who pleaded guilty last month to a federal corruption charge of conspiracy to misuse campaign funds, announced on Tuesday that he..
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Rep. Duncan Hunter will resign from Congress, effective Jan. 13

Hunter was indicted on 60 counts of campaign finance violations by federal prosecutors in Aug. 2018 and pleaded guilty to a single charge in December. - Published

Rep. Duncan Hunter: 'Shortly after the holidays I will resign from Congress'

The GOP Congressman announced he would be resigning "shortly after the holidays" after pleading guilty earlier this week to misusing campaign funds. - Published

California congressman Duncan Hunter announces resignation after corruption plea

U.S. Representative Duncan Hunter will resign from Congress following his guilty plea to a federal charge of conspiring to misuse campaign funds, he said on Friday.
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House Ethics Committee tells indicted Rep. Duncan Hunter to 'refrain from voting'

Rep. Duncan Hunter "should refrain from voting on any question," the House Ethics Committee said in a Thursday letter. - Published

U.S. lawmaker pleads guilty on funds misuse

California Congressman Duncan Hunter has pleaded guilty to misusing campaign funds. The Republican from San Diego appeared Tuesday in federal court to enter his plea. (Dec. 3) - Published

California congressman Hunter pleads guilty to campaign finance felony

U.S. Representative Duncan Hunter, a leading California conservative, pleaded guilty on Tuesday to a single federal charge of conspiring to misuse campaign funds in a corruption case that could help..
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GOP's Duncan Hunter of Southern California to plead guilty to campaign finance violation

After long maintaining his innocence, the California Republican will plead guilty to campaign finance law violations uncovered in an FBI investigation - Published

Darrell Issa announces run for Congress against fellow Republican

The California Republican announced Thursday that he will campaign for the House seat currently occupied by Duncan Hunter, who has been charged with misuse of campaign funds
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In California, Former Congressman Darrell Issa Will Challenge Indicted Congressman Duncan Hunter

Darrell Issa, the former nine-term congressman, is the latest Republican to launch a bid against Representative Duncan Hunter, who was indicted last August. - Published

Judge to make key decisions for indicted congressman Duncan Hunter's trial

A judge is expected to rule Monday on the congressman's bid to move his trial
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Duncan Hunter tells judge corruption case is political bias

A federal judge in San Diego is scheduled Monday to consider if Hunter is right
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In a Changing San Francisco, Keeping L.G.B.T.Q. Communities Alive

Wednesday: Community members are facing tough questions. Also: New details about Representative Duncan Hunter, and Charo. - Published

Rep. Duncan Hunter allegedly used campaign funds for five affairs

Prosecutors say the congressman from California spent thousands of dollars from his campaign on dates with his mistresses
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Prosecutors say Rep. Duncan Hunter used campaign funds to pay for affairs with lobbyists and aides

In new court documents filed on Monday, federal prosecutors said that Rep. Duncan Hunter used campaign funds to pay for five extramarital affairs. - Published

Representative Duncan Hunter’s Wife Pleads Guilty in Corruption Case

Margaret Hunter has agreed to cooperate with the prosecution in a case in which she and her husband, a six-term California congressman, were accused of using more than $200,000 in campaign funds for.. - Published

Indicted US congressman's wife pleads guilty

The wife of indicted Republican U.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter of California has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to misuse campaign funds, including for an Italy trip that cost more than $10,000. (June 13) - Published

Rep. Duncan Hunter's wife to change not-guilty plea

Margaret Hunter, who worked as her husband's campaign manager, was scheduled to appear in federal court in San Diego to change her plea
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Rep. Duncan Hunter says his unit 'killed probably hundreds of civilians' in Iraq

Hunter said his Marine artillery unit had "killed probably hundreds of civilians, if not scores, if not hundreds of civilians" while deployed in Iraq. - Published