It was a record-setting summer for complaints to the State Ethics Commission, the state agency that helps enforce the campaign finance disclosure and conflict of interest laws. The Commission’s Director of Compliance Mike Reid says there were 18 complaints in June, 20 in July, and a whopping 28 in August – not counting the ones the Commisson discovered on its own. And, this is coming during what is usually a more quiet off-year election. Reid says his staff has had to work a lot of extra hours to keep up with the increased workload and he expects it to only get worse in the last month and a half before the November Election Day.