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In a win for politically-minded parents everywhere, the Federal Election Commission (FEC) ruled unanimously Thursday that candidates can use campaign funds for child care.
Liuba Grechen Shirley, a congressional candidate for New York’s 2nd District, petitioned the FEC in April to use part of her campaign funds to pay her babysitter, arguing that child care is just as important to a campaign as a finance director. 320 more words
Just three days before Mother’s Day, a New York congressional candidate won her fight to get permission to use her federal campaign funds to pay for childcare expenses that she racked up for her two children throughout her campaign. 693 more words
A proven political consulting firm in Annapolis, Maryland, Strategic Campaign Group holds membership in professional organizations such as the American Association of Political Consultants. To better serve the candidates it works with, Strategic Campaign Group pays close attention to changes to Congressional legislation and Federal Election Commission (FEC) regulations regarding political campaigns. 152 more words
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A federal lawsuit filed by a pro-Trump PAC against the DNC and Clinton campaign has provided evidence confirming that the Clinton campaign knowingly violated federal campaign limits.The lawsuit, filed in a DC district court by pro-Trump PAC Committee to Defend the President, presents detailed Federal Election Commission filings showing that state Democrat committees exploited a…
New Jersey state Sen. Jeff Van Drew has $456,000 in the bank for his congressional campaign in the state’s 2nd district.
Van Drew (D-Cape May) raised $408,454 during the first three months of 2018, according to a report filed with the Federal Election Commission (FEC). 177 more words