Group that targeted Veronica Escobar in race to replace Beto O'Rourke facing 2nd complaint
A second complaint has been filed against a group that raised money to attack Veronica Escobar in a heated primary election to replace U.S. Rep. Beto O'Rourke in Congress. The Campaign Legal Center, a Washington-based nonprofit that advocates for the enforcement of federal campaign finance laws, filed a complaint against the Keep El Paso Honest PAC on Aug. 9 with the Federal Election Commission. The 11-page complaint argues that the political action committee violated the Federal Election Campaign Act by failing to file the required expenditure reports.
Keep El Paso Honest, a super PAC run by political consultant Carlos Sierra, formed late last year to campaign against Escobar. The PAC supported Dori Fenenbock, a former president of the El Paso Independent School District board of trustees, in the race.
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