Super PAC Tied to Giuliani's Associates Spent to Help McSally in 2018 Arizona Senate Race
The political action committee that took money from two Ukrainian-born associates of Rudy Guiliani spent $347,000 in Arizona’s 2018 Senate race to help Martha McSally, records show. Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman were charged in a campaign-finance case earlier in October. Prosecutors allege they hid a $325,000 donation to America First Action, a PAC that supports President Donald Trump and that spent heavily to help House and Senate Republicans across the country in the 2018 elections. But two months later in July 2018, the Campaign Legal Center, a Washington, D.C. nonprofit that advocates for fair elections, filed a complaint with the Federal Election Committee over the contribution.
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