Washington Post Quotes Matthew Sanderson on Political Nonprofits Naming Their Donors
Advocacy groups pouring money into independent campaigns to impact this fall’s midterm races must disclose many of their political donors beginning this week after the Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to intervene in a long-running case.
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“Moving forward, these groups will need to disclose to the public any donor that gave money for the purpose of influencing a federal election, regardless of whether they want to sponsor a particular race or specific communication,” said Matthew Sanderson, a Republican campaign finance attorney. “Some groups will not need to adjust their approach to raising funds, but this will be a significant change for others.” Mr. Sanderson is also a Member of Caplin & Drysdale’s Political Law Group in Washington, D.C.
For the full article, please visit The Washington Post’s website. Please also see Caplin & Drysdale’s client alert “U.S. Supreme Court Denies Request for Stay of Ruling Requiring Nonprofit Donor Disclosure”.
Excerpt taken from the article “Political Nonprofits Must Now Name Many of Their Donors Under Federal Court Ruling After Supreme Court Declines to Intervene” by Michelle Ye Hee Lee and Robert Barnes for The Washington Post.