Cerner exec wins GOP primary, will face incumbent US Rep. Sharice Davids
Campaign Legal Center Federal Reform Director Brendan Fischer said such donations sounded neither illegal nor unethical. "It's not terribly surprising that a candidate would raise money from his or her colleagues," he said. "The only place that there could be a potential legal issue is that if there were corporate resources used to support her campaign or if there was pressure from execs to support the campaign for employees to make contributions; either of those things would be unlawful," continued Fischer. "I only raise this to point out the potential issues; I've not heard any evidence of this."
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