Newsweek: Clinton, Supporters Find Creative Spending Model Amid Super PAC Madness


Instead, these all-but-certain presidential candidates continue to consider runs while raising unlimited amounts of cash for their Super PACs, something campaign finance reform supporters like lawyer Larry Noble of the Campaign Legal Center charge is illegal, although campaigns say otherwise. But the reformers also acknowledge that proving someone’s intent to run could be tricky—not to mention that it would take months if not years for a court or the Federal Election Commission to rule. That hasn’t stopped the Campaign Legal Center’s Noble from filing FEC complaints against Bush, Walker, O’Malley and former Senator Rick Santorum (R-Pa.).

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