6/28: A federal candidate who is freely given information is not receiving a “contribution” or “thing of value” and is thus not violating federal campaign finance law or the regulations issued by the Federal Election Commission.
3/11: It is clear an investigation is needed to determine if Ocasio-Cortez and Chakrabarti broke the law.
3/10: ACRU Policy Board Member Hans von Spakovsky reports on the National Legal and Policy Center's complaint against the Freshman congresswoman, filed with the Federal Election Commission.
1/25: Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., has made a gargantuan overhaul of election law, campaign finance, and ethics rules the top priority of House Democrats.
Did their arrangement violate legal limits on coordination between a candidate and a party?
Leaked funding documents reveal an effort by George Soros and his foundations to manipulate election laws and process rules ahead of the federal election far more expansively than has been previously reported.
Corruption is against the law. When government officials accept bribes or misuse campaign funds, they are prosecuted.
Alas, economic privilege, not fairness, always has been Hillary Clinton’s agenda.
One of the interesting assumptions infecting this election season is that a self-funded wealthy candidate is less likely to make corrupt deals.