How Amy McGrath Can Try to Beat Mitch McConnell One More Time

Spectrum News

Brendan Fischer, a campaign finance expert at the Campaign Legal Center said "it's not uncommon at all" for candidates to have money left at the end of a campaign. "Candidates who raised a lot of money in the final days of an election cycle might end up with leftover funds just because they didn't have time to spend it," he said. “McGrath could use leftover campaign funds to give up to $2,000 each to the Senate candidates running in Georgia, but that’s not going to help much,” he said. She can also convert the money into a Political Action Committee. “It’s a way to continue to curry favor with office holders and continue to remain a political player,” Fischer said.

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