Mark Meadows' FEC filings raise questions of unlawful spending, campaign coordination
Brendan Fischer, director of regulatory oversight at the Campaign Legal Center, agreed. He told Salon, "Campaign funds may be used to support one's candidacy or duties as an officeholder, but after a person is no longer a candidate or congressional officeholder, campaign expenditures can look much more questionable." "While some of the campaign's expenses in the first quarter might be justified," said Fischer. "Those meal and grocery expenses from the period after Meadows resigned from Congress raise the most red flags for me.”
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