AP: O’Donnell’s Anti-Sex Evangelism Group Hasn’t Filed Tax Returns

Delaware Republican Senate nominee Christine O’Donnell could potentially be in some further trouble — and it doesn’t have to do with her seemingly exaggerated educational background. This time, it turns out that her non-profit group could lose its tax-exempt status, due to failing to file the required tax forms.

The Associated Press reports:

IRS documents reviewed by The Associated Press show the group — Savior’s Alliance for Lifting the Truth — is on a list of organizations threatened with revocation of its nonprofit status next month because it has not filed returns for three consecutive years.

O’Donnell founded the group in 1996 and is listed as its current president on the financial disclosure documents she filed with the U.S. Senate this summer. The alliance is a pro-abstinence outreach group aimed at young Christians.

SALT is the very same group in which O’Donnell mounted her famous anti-masturbation campaign in the 1990s, as part of the group’s overall pro-chastity mission.

[TPM SLIDESHOW: Christine O’Donnell: Anti-Masturbation Crusader. Witchcraft Dabbler. Republican Senate Nominee.]

The TPM Poll Average gives Democratic nominee Chris Coons a lead of 55.0%-39.6% over O’Donnell.