Bloomberg Politics: Clinton Looks to Data to Help Her Drown Out Trump


For investors, though, Timshel offers a vehicle for providing an immediate service to the Clinton campaign. “Federal law is clear,” says Paul S. Ryan, deputy executive director of the Campaign Legal Center, a Washington nonprofit watchdog that tracks campaign finance issues. “Candidates must pay fair-market value for any goods and services in order to avoid receiving an illegal, in-kind contribution.”

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