The director of Delawareâ€™s tax-collection office said Friday that his agency accessed the federal tax records in 2010 of an unnamed taxpayer, believed to be former GOP Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell.
Patrick Carter, director of the stateâ€™s division of revenue, would not identify Ms. O’Donnell as the taxpayer but said he approved the inquiry â€œfor routine purposes.â€
â€œA state Division of Revenue investigator accessed records on or after March 20, 2010 following information that came to the attention of the division,â€ Mr. Carter said in a statement. â€œThe record access led the state revenue investigator to conclude there was no basis for further state investigation of a taxpayer and no action was taken by the state Division of Revenue against the taxpayer.â€
Ms. Oâ€™Donnell told The Washington Times that she was contacted in January by a federal Treasury official who told her that her IRS tax records might have been accessed inappropriately by a government official. She said the federal investigator dropped the inquiry in April, and she has been unable to learn why her tax records were scrutinized.
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