You are hereBlogs / FZ's blog / 2007 DOJ Book on Prosecuting Election Crimes Supports CAW Campaign Items

2007 DOJ Book on Prosecuting Election Crimes Supports CAW Campaign Items


By FZ - Posted on 03 January 2011

The section from pages 133 through 197 deals with campaign finance violations such as we have identified in this campaign.  We urge legislators, NGOs and prosecutors read this section to see just how many violations groups such as American Crossroads and the Chamber of Commerce have committed during the 2010 election.  For example, the Federal Election Campaign Act prohibits foreigners from contributing to federal elections in any capacity, and the Act defines foreigner as including foreign corporations.  The Chamber, however, has received hundreds of thousands in contributions from foreign corporations that have been used to target Democrats.  Also, the Act prohibits using conduits to circumvent contribution limits yet American Crossroads and the Chamber routinely solicited contributions from individuals and others to get around the contribution limits to the Republican National Committee and candidates, and they used their c(4) and c(6) status to shield those contributors from disclosure.    

VIEW AS PDF HERE:

Search


Partners

Backbone Campaign
ReclaimDemocracy.org
Center for Media and Democracy
ProsperityAgenda.us
Liberty Tree
Democrats.com
Progressive Democrats of America
Peoples Email Network
Justice Through Music
ePluribusMedia
Locust Fork Journal
Berkeley Fellowship UU\'s Social Justice Committee
BuzzFlash
The Smirking Chimp
Progressive Democrats Sonoma County
BanksterUSA
Chelsea Neighbors United
Atlanta Progressive News
Yes Men
Mark Crispin Miller
NY Metro Progressives
PDA NY CD 14
No More Stolen Elections
Earl Katz-Producer
Dorothy Fadiman-Producer
Bob Fitrakis
Free Press
Columbus Institute
NC Coalition For Verified Voting
American Citizens Together
Delaware Maryland Action Network
Voters Evolt
True Vote 
The People's Activist Network
WeThePeopleNow.Org