Former Rep. Trey Radel (R-Fla.) refunded more than $63,000 to campaign donors after pleading guilty to cocaine possession and resigning from Congress earlier this year, federal election records show. 

According to campaign documents filed Tuesday, Radel returned $63,550 to 42 individuals and 10 political action committees (PACs) after resigning from the House in late January.

Trey Radel's campaign finance report


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