SAN DIEGO (AP) — The wife of U.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter is planning to change her not-guilty plea in a federal corruption case alleging that she and her husband, a close ally of , spent more than $250,000 in campaign funds on vacations and other personal expenses.

Margaret Hunter, who worked as her husband’s campaign manager, was scheduled to appear in federal court Thursday to change her plea. It’s unclear what the change will be or what it could mean for the congressman.

The couple pleaded not guilty last year after a federal grand jury in San Diego indicted them on charges of using campaign cash on trips to Italy and Hawaii, golf outings, school tuition, theater tickets and other

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