A plea agreement may be in the works for a former state senator and gubernatorial candidate accused of federal crimes more than a year and a half ago.
The nine-count federal indictment lodged against William “Sam” McCann Jr. in February 2021 contends he used some of about $5 million in campaign money he oversaw for personal purchases and concealed it from donors, the state and law enforcement authorities.
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