I looked through the itemized donations, and noticed that he got $4,000 from Conoco Phillips Spirit PAC.
Actually, it looks like he still managed to get his report wrong, since the aggregate donations from those two donations of $2,000 should of course be $4,000. This fits nicely with the $5,000 he received from Exxon throughout the campaign. But remember how huffy he gets if anyone suggests that he's a Big Oil candidate?
Martin also received a $2,000 donation from insurance company WellPoint, to make it $3,000 for the campaign.
There's no indication that Martin ever paid his former communications director for her past work. I guess Martin is standing by his retroactive decision that those would be "volunteer hours."
So, in summary, when I look for a Senator, I know I sure want someone who's a willing tool of Big Oil and Big Insurance companies who can't manage to pay his employees and somehow continuously messes up basic disclosure forms even when under increased scrutiny, don't you?