Here’s who America’s CEOs are backing in the Democratic presidential race
Baker and Joly’s contributions are in fact evenly divided between the primary and general elections. But FEC documents show a possible breach of contribution limits by Hayes, as he made a $2,800 donation in early March to Hickenlooper’s primary campaign followed by another $2,800 to Hickenlooper for the primary in late March. Ball and Hickenlooper’s press offices didn’t respond to request for comment on that issue.
In this type of situation, a campaign could refund one of the contributions or ask the contributor to redesignate the donation, said Erin Chlopak, a former FEC attorney who is now the Campaign Legal Center’s director of campaign finance strategy.
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