Bryson Morgan Speaks on Illegal Campaign Contributions

The Salt Lake City Tribune

Utah congressional candidate Burgess Owens’ campaign is built largely on the foundation of his personal narrative The descendant of a slave, he found fame and fortune as a professional football player only to later fall victim to his own sense of invincibility. He struggled through bankruptcy and despair before his redemption through hard work and self-reliance.

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“If campaigning means you have to step away from your duties at work, you can’t be continued to be paid your full salary,” said Bryson Morgan, attorney with Caplin & Drysdale, a Washington, D.C.-based firm that lists laws governing politics as one of its specialties.

“That results in an illegal contribution from your employer to your campaign,” Morgan said.

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