Teamsters Hire Former Grassley Aide to Lobby on Pensions


There’s nothing in the law that prohibits political campaigns from making educated guesses when it comes to identifying their contributors. Federal law only requires campaigns to make their “best efforts” to figure out their addresses, employers and occupations of their donors. The Biden campaign’s mistake “doesn’t strike me as problematic,” said David Kolker, a former FEC lawyer who’s now a senior counsel for the Campaign Legal Center, in an interview.

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