The Atlantic Quotes Trevor Potter on the FEC's Inaction

The Atlantic

"Today, there's a lack of consensus on the FEC as to what the FEC's job even is," said Republican Trevor Potter, who was FEC chairman in 1994 and now, after serving as Sen. John McCain's presidential campaign general counsel in 2008, leads the reformist Campaign Legal Center. "There's a belief present that failing to act is a form of action. But this deadlocking and inaction is not healthy for our system."  For the full story, please visit The Atlantic's website.



Related Practices/Industries

Jump to Page

We use cookies to make your experience of our website better. By continuing to browse this site you consent to the use of cookies. Please visit our Privacy Policy for more information.