The Washington Post: More mystery corporate donations flow to presidential super PACs
As we reported last week, this election cycle has seen a proliferation of "ghost corporations" making major contributions to big-money groups, including some entities that were formed just days or weeks before donating. Three groups -- End Citizens United PAC, Democracy 21 and the Campaign Legal Center -- filed FEC complaints Tuesday about one of the pop-up companies, Children of Israel LLC. It was incorporated in California last year by a Cupertino real estate agent who listed "donations" as Children of Israel's type of business. The limited-liability corporation went on to dole out $400,000 to super PACs supporting former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee, who has since dropped out of the Republican primary race, and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex).
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