Sansom Says He's Innocent

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) In his first press conference since resigning the controversial job at a college, Sansom said Thursday he was confident he could effectively lead the House even while under investigation.

The Destin Republican has spent the last two months defending
his decision to take the job at Northwest Florida State College
before saying in early January he will resign at the end of the
month. He still faces an ethics complaint and a possible grand jury
indictment.

He said Thursday: "I feel very confident that I will come out
clean, innocent.''


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