Andrew Yang Said He Would Give 10 People $1,000 Each Month. Is That Legal?

The New York Times

“Campaign donors give their hard-earned money to fund campaign activities, and the law makes clear that paying personal expenses is not a campaign activity,” said Adav Noti, former associate general counsel at the F.E.C. “When donors give, they have a reasonable expectation that their money will be used on a campaign and not on somebody’s car payment.” Mr. Yang’s advisers said Thursday it was their understanding that the personal use statute applies only to a candidate and his campaign.

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