When Joel Greenberg made his Venmo payments to three young women, he described the money as being for “Tuition,” “School,” and “School.”
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Among the bevy of items under investigation: the Florida congressman’s campaign filings.
After the Federal Elections Commission flagged errors in Rep. Devin Nunes’ campaign filings, his mom’s email has been removed as the point of contact.
They said they wouldn’t be giving to Republicans who voted to overturn the 2020 election. They’re already donating again.
Rep. Katie Porter (D-CA) says there’s one word in federal election law that’s keeping scam PACs posing as charities in business.
“This looks like exactly what you’re not supposed to do,” said Jenna Grande, press secretary for government watchdog Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington.
The GOP campaign committee said that the FEC appeared to be “side-stepping” the question about hiring security before threats escalated.