GOP Senate Hopeful on Voyeuristic Operative: ‘It’s Not Like He is My Social Calendar Adviser’

By Matt Loffman

Mar 29, 2010 4:29pm

ABC News’ Teddy Davis reports: Republican operative Erik Brown has agreed to reimburse the RNC for the $1,946.25 bill he racked up at Voyeur West Hollywood, a risqué night club in Los Angeles which features women acting out voyeuristic scenes in live art installations. It's not clear why the RNC re-imbursed Brown for the charges or who else was with him at the club. Brown is president of the California-based Dynamic Marketing, Inc. Brown’s clients include Assemblyman Chuck Devore, a Republican who is seeking the GOP Senate nomination for the seat currently filled by Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif. Contacted by ABC News on Monday, Devore sought to downplay Brown’s involvement in his campaign. Devore is running against former HP executive Carly Fiorina and former Congressman Tom Campbell, R-Calif., as the true conservative in the race. “I buy letterhead and envelopes from the guy. I pay him for printing signs and stuff like that,” Devore told ABC News. “It is not like he is my social calendar adviser.”

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