New York Times Quotes Trevor Potter on Federal Election Commission's Vacant Seats
The United States is headed into what promises to be among the most contentious and expensive campaign cycles in modern history — with foreign and domestic actors eager to make mischief — without the chief elections cop on the beat.
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The action not only held the involved parties accountable, it sent a message that “there are rules, and they will be enforced,” said Trevor Potter, a former F.E.C. chairman and the president of Campaign Legal Center, the watchdog group that filed the complaint.
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As Mr. Potter warned, “Non-action here is an invitation to more foreign interference in elections.”
Trevor Potter is also a Member of the Political Law Group at Caplin & Drysdale.
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