Martin Dilan and Jim Whelan (Credit: Martin Dilan)

Brooklyn state Sen. Martin Dilan stopped working to properly report thousands of dollars in project contributions going back to 2016, consisting of contributions from the Property Board of New York.Dilan’s campaign did not report getting the contributions from political action committees and other factors, which is a violation of state campaign finance law, the New York Daily News reported.A representative for the legislator, who is facing a high-profile main obstacle from Democratic Socialist candidate Julia Salazar, stated the campaign is working to fix accounting errors.”Everything is reported when it is received and transferred in the account,”Dilan campaign spokesman Bob Liff said.”There are some corrections being made from 2016 after they were brought to our attention, however all contributions are properly accounted for.”Dilan got 13 donations in 2016 and 2017 from groups like the New York State Trial Lawyers Association PAC and the political arm of the New york city Hotel and Motel Trades Council totaling $25,000 that went unreported.And there were 18 other donations amounting to $22,500 that did disappoint up in filings or had contribution dates that did not match up with the ones reported by contributors.A$6,000 donation by REBNY mistakenly entered into an out-of-date Dilan campaign committee, the Daily News reported.A spokesperson for Dilan’s opposition said the discoveries about Dilan’s concealed donations”demonstrate why he’s part of the problem in Albany.” Dilan has actually accepted more cash from the property market given that 1999 than nearly any other Democrat in the state senate. [NYDN]– Rich Bockmann REBNY donation to Brooklyn state senator among thousands in campaign funds that were not properly reported Property industry has actually offered more cash to Sen. Martin Dilan than almost other state senator