ECU v. FEC (Rick Scott & New Republican) - D.C. Circuit opening brief
Campaign Legal Center Action (CLCA) submitted a brief to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, on behalf of End Citizens United against the Federal Election Commission (FEC), after the FEC deadlocked on and then dismissed a complaint against Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL), his campaign and New Republican PAC. CLCA sued the FEC to hold Sen. Scott accountable for coordination with New Republican PAC, a super PAC that spent over $29 million supporting his election during the 2018 cycle. The district court, however, upheld the FEC’s dismissal of these claims; CLCA appeals that decision.