“FEC Able to Reach Compromise Ruling On First Advisory Opinion With New Members”

Bloomberg BNA:

For a while, it looked like the newly reconstituted Federal Election Commission was about to end up in the same place as the old FEC: deadlocked. In the end, however, the commissioners were able to compromise during an Oct. 31 open meeting, approving by a 5-1 vote an advisory opinion for the campaign of Alaska Senate candidate Joe Miller (AO 2013-11). The ruling was the first substantive question to face the FEC since the arrival of two newly appointed commissioners, Lee Goodman and Ann Ravel

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