As long as they do not officially declare their candidacy, politicians can raise loads of money for their super PACs without having to report the donations or stay within limits that keep individuals from contributing more than $2,700 in the primary season. That’s the law. This is how candidates skirt it.
As long as they do not officially declare their candidacy, politicians can raise loads of money for their super PACs without having to report the donations or stay within limits that keep individuals from contributing more than $2,700 in the primary season. That’s the law. This is how candidates skirt it. Chris Ware KRT
As long as they do not officially declare their candidacy, politicians can raise loads of money for their super PACs without having to report the donations or stay within limits that keep individuals from contributing more than $2,700 in the primary season. That’s the law. This is how candidates skirt it. Chris Ware KRT

Campaign finance law is America’s unfunny joke

May 29, 2015 02:04 PM