Las Vegas is a Popular Fundraising Stop for Federal Lawmakers, Report Shows

The Nevada Independent

Ten members of Congress spent a total of $15,905 at Las Vegas hotels and restaurants in the last three months of 2018, the study—conducted by Washington-DC-based watchdog groups Issue One and the Campaign Legal Center—found. “Las Vegas is an incredibly popular destination for lawmakers of both parties to raise money for their leadership PACs,” said Michael Beckel, one of the study’s authors.

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