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Washington, DC - Today, Campaign Legal Center (CLC) filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) alleging that a $150,000 donor to the Congressional Leadership Fund (CLF) appears to be a shell corporation established for the purpose of funneling secret donations to the super PAC.

By deciding not to intervene, the court failed to protect a community that is simply fighting for equality.
Issues Voting Rights
Local governments should do their best to offer and expand a menu of convenient early voting options, especially during a year in which COVID-19 safety protocols have increased the need to space out voters.
Issues Voting Rights
Meet the Experts
Brendan Fischer
Director, Federal Reform
portrait of Ruth Greenwood
Co-Director, Voting Rights and Redistricting
Annabelle Harless
Senior Legal Counsel
J. Gerald Hebert
Senior Director, Voting Rights & Redistricting
Danielle Lang
Co-Director, Voting Rights & Redistricting
Tara Malloy
Senior Director, Appellate Litigation & Strategy
Austin Graham
Legal Counsel
Mark Gaber
Director, Trial Litigation
Adav Noti
Senior Director, Trial Litigation & Chief of Staff
Paul Smith
Vice President, Litigation & Strategy
Catherine Hinckley Kelley
Sr. Director, Policy & Strategic Partnerships
Chris Lamar
Legal Counsel, Redistricting
Megan McAllen
Director, Campaign Finance Litigation
Erin Chlopak
Director, Campaign Finance Strategy
Jonathan Diaz
Legal Counsel, Voting Rights
Molly Danahy
Legal Counsel, Litigation
Delaney Marsco
Legal Counsel, Ethics
Blair Bowie
Legal Counsel and Restore Your Vote Manager
Kedric Payne
General Counsel and Senior Director, Ethics
Trevor Potter
President
Media Praise of CLC
Over the past 16 years, CLC has been deeply involved in some of the most significant legal actions affecting American elections.
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