CNN Talks to Trevor Potter on Lawsuit Against Federal Election Commission
A gun-safety group is suing the Federal Election Commission for failing to act on its complaints claiming a pattern of the National Rifle Association improperly coordinating its political spending with Donald Trump and other Republican candidates in recent elections.
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Trevor Potter, a former Republican chairman of the Federal Election Commission and the Campaign Legal Center's president, said that if the NRA's media buyers coordinated their strategy with candidates' campaigns, that would amount to excessive in-kind campaign contributions. The legal center is working as a counsel in the case, alongside Giffords' lawyers.
Trevor Potter also leads the Political Law Group at Caplin & Drysdale, Chartered.
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Excerpt taken from the article “Group Sues Federal Election Commission Over Allegation NRA Broke Campaign-Finance Law” by Fredreka Schouten for CNN.