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FEC Rules Kelly Can’t Raise Funds for State Candidates
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FEC Rules Kelly Can’t Raise Funds for State Candidates
July 16, 2021
by Dan McCue

Rep. Robin Kelly can remain chairwoman of the Illinois Democratic Party, but must insulate herself from all fundraising for non federal candidates in the state, the Federal Election Commission ruled Thursday. Kelly, a member of Congress since 2013, is also prohibited from using her name and... Read More

The Campaign Legal Center Targets ‘Pop-Up’ Super PACs
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The Campaign Legal Center Targets ‘Pop-Up’ Super PACs
July 16, 2021
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - The nonpartisan Campaign Legal Center filed a complaint with the FEC on Thursday accusing 18 super PACs of illegally pouring $200 million into competitive elections between 2017 and 2020 while allegedly concealing their ties to congressional leaders. In a 50-page complaint, the Washington, D.C.-based... Read More

House Republicans Post Record Fundraising Ahead of 2022 Race
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House Republicans Post Record Fundraising Ahead of 2022 Race

WASHINGTON (AP) — The committee charged with helping Republicans wrest control of the House in 2022 raised $45.4 million over the last three months, a record quarterly haul during a year without a national election. That total was bolstered by $20.1 million raised in June, the... Read More

FEC Fines Jeff Sessions’ Campaign $15,000
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FEC Fines Jeff Sessions’ Campaign $15,000
June 27, 2021
by Dan McCue

The Federal Election Commission fined the Senate campaign of Jeff Sessions $15,000 for failing to properly disclose a last-minute, $150,000 loan from the candidate prior to the July 2020 Republican primary. The agency revealed the fine and its payment on Friday. Campaigns are required to notify... Read More

Cruz Victorious: Court Declares Campaign Loan Repayment Rule Unconstitutional
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Cruz Victorious: Court Declares Campaign Loan Repayment Rule Unconstitutional
June 7, 2021
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - A federal court in Washington struck down a provision of the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act last week, declaring it unconstitutional after Sen. Ted Cruz complained it barred him from repaying the $260,000 he lent himself during his 2018 campaign. The ruling is a victory... Read More

D.C. Circuit Tosses Election Act Case
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D.C. Circuit Tosses Election Act Case
May 19, 2021
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - The Campaign Legal Center had neither standing nor a claim when it accused the Federal Elections Commission of failing to act on a claim a federal contractor violated campaign finance laws. The nonpartisan Campaign Legal Center and Catherine Hinckley Kelley, a senior director, filed... Read More

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