Vidya Kauri reports:
Coun. Doug Ford kicked off his mayoral campaign Saturday afternoon for the first time since he replaced his brother on the ballot, but he is already facing questions about whether his campaign has violated privacy laws and municipal regulations.
Toronto residents have come forward to say they have received emails soliciting donations for Ford’s campaign, but they claim to have never subscribed to his campaign. They are now questioning how the councillor could have obtained their email addresses.
In between knocking on doors in Etobicoke, Ford told reporters that they would have to ask his campaign office about how those email addresses were obtained.
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