You can run for office and still wear a ‘jardigan’

Roll Call

Accepting borrowed clothing could be considered an “in-kind” contribution, as with other goods or services offered at less than the usual charge, but it’s “not necessarily unlawful,” said Brendan Fischer, a lawyer at the Campaign Legal Center. To do it right, the contribution would have to come from an individual or a PAC (rather than a corporate entity) and be reported by the candidate’s campaign committee to the Federal Election Commission.

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