Andrew Yang Says He Received $1 Million in Donations After Democratic Debate Contest. Here’s Why

Deseret News

Erin Chlopak, director of campaign finance strategy at the Campaign Legal Center and a former FEC attorney, told Time magazine that the plan might not be all it’s cracked up to be since it might interfere with campaign finance law. “Handing out money to individuals for their own personal use would seem to be a violation of campaign-finance law,” she told Time magazine. “It’s hard for me to envision how taking campaign funds and just handing it out to individuals would not violate the personal use prohibition.”

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