A Good Lesson that the FEC Split is Ideological Not Partisan

Bloomberg BNA: “The Federal Election Commission deadlocked in votes taken before the arrival of two new commissioners regarding two enforcement cases targeting the House Majority PAC, a Democratic super PAC that spent more than $30 million in the 2012 election, according to newly released FEC documents….Although the cases supported Democratic candidates, voting to pursue enforcement action were the two FEC commissioners holding Democratic seats—Steven Walther and Ellen Weintraub. The two FEC Republican commissioners—Caroline Hunter and Matthew Petersen—voted against the staff recommendations to pursue the cases.”

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