SALT LAKE CITY -- Utah lawmakers investigating Attorney General John Swallow are seeking additional records from Swallow's office, his campaign consultant Jason Powers and his associated political action committees.
The Utah House special investigative committee issued nine subpoenas Friday requesting records about Swallow's fundraising for his 2012 attorney general campaign.
The subpoenas also seek documents related some of Swallow's electronic records that investigators say are missing.
Powers did not immediately return messages Friday. His attorney Wally Bugden says his client intends to cooperate and provide the requested records.
Swallow's spokesman Ryan Bruckman did not return messages Friday. Swallow's personal attorney Rod Snow says he has not seen the subpoenas but says he's troubled by the expanding scope of the investigation.
Swallow has been dogged by misconduct allegations since January but has repeatedly denied wrongdoing.