- Dec 18, 2014
Meredith McGehee from the Campaign Legal Center and Brad Smith from the Center for Competitive Politics debate disclosure for political contributions.
- Dec 17, 2014
Instead of traditional presidential exploratory committee, he'll form a leadership PAC Lawrence Noble, a senior counsel at the Campaign Legal Center and former FEC general counsel, said potential candidates who use PACs typically want to pay as much out of them as possible, but must be careful about using it to pay for true campaign expenses or so-called testing the waters activities.
- Dec 16, 2014
Larry Noble, the former FEC general counsel and senior counsel at the Campaign Legal Center, says the whole idea of “testing the waters” was designed to be a private process, and there’s no way to tell which other potential 2016-ers may be doing it.
- Dec 15, 2014
Nonprofits' attacks on candidates not election related, they say Larry Noble, former FEC general counsel, said the ads aired by all the groups fall into a legal gray area but come dangerously close to crossing the line into election politics.
- Dec 11, 2014
"The numbers here are just outrageous," said Meredith McGehee, policy director at the Campaign Legal Center, saying that the law, because of its complexity, will also be a boon to lobbyists and political fundraisers.
The Washington Post: Fundraising Expansion Slipped Into Spending Deal Could Power Financial Bonzana for PartiesDec 10, 2014
“This backroom deal represents everything Americans detest about Washington and about Congress,” said Meredith McGehee, policy director at the Campaign Legal Center.
- Dec 10, 2014
“The new increased caps on contributions to the parties represent nothing more than a rent increase for K Street lobbyists who organize and direct the flow of money from those Americans with the deepest pockets,” said Meredith McGehee, the head of the watchdog Campaign Legal Center...
- Dec 10, 2014
"The price for seat at the table in Washington just went up again and even further out of reach for all but the very richest of Americans," Campaign Legal Center President Meredith McGehee said in a statement.