OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Senator Jim Inhofe is giving a $10,000 donation he received from a political action committee controlled by Senator Ted Stevens to charity.
Stevens was indicted this week on seven counts accusing him of hiding $250,000 in gifts and services given to him by an
Alaska-based energy company.
Inhofe campaign manager Josh Kivett says the money will be donated to Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity and the Tulsa affiliate of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
Inhofe is being challenged for re-election by Democratic state Senator Andrew Rice.
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