FEC Deadlocks on Cases Involving Americans for Job Security, American Action Network

Bloomberg BNA Money and Politics Report breaking news: “The Federal Election Commission, in apparent deadlocked votes, has dismissed enforcement cases against two major conservative nonprofit groups that spent millions of dollars on political ads in the 2010 and 2012 elections. The FEC commissioners voted in late June to dismiss complaints against the nonprofits American Action Network and Americans for Job Security, but the results have not yet been made public by the agency. The two groups spent a combined total of over $55 million on ads advocating for Republicans or against Democrats in the last two elections, according to FEC reports compiled by the nonprofit Center for Responsive Politics.”


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