A CLC complaint alleges that U.S. Postmaster General Louis DeJoy hid that he was the true source of more than $1 million in campaign contributions by reimbursing his employees and family members after they donated. The FEC should crack down on this clear violation of campaign finance law to preserve our right to know who is giving money to influence our vote and our government.
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Montana counties should not be prevented from allowing their citizens to vote safely during the pandemic.
As a result of this case, Pennsylvania voters can cast their vote without fear that their ballot could be rejected solely because an election official – who isn’t trained in handwriting analysis – thinks their signatures don’t match.
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Over the past 16 years, CLC has been deeply involved in some of the most significant legal actions affecting American elections.