U.S. closes case against Rob Andrews, report says

A federal inquiry into former U.S. Rep. Rob Andrews (D-1) has been dismissed, according to published reports.

The Federal Election Commission has dismissed a watchdog group’s complaint that a former member of Congress used campaign contributions for personal expenses, according to WHYY.

Andrews resigned earlier this year and took a job with a law firm.

"He’s obviously working very, very hard at it. I mean he’s traveling all over the country as chairman of the [Republican Governors Association] and I think at this point he has as good a chance or better than anybody else. His name is household word all across the country, and I think he would make a great president."
—former U.S. Rep. Jim Saxton (R-3), on Gov. Chris Christie