Ann Ravel, then head of the California Fair Political Practices Commission, announced a $1 million fine for a “dark money” scheme in the 2012 election. Since her 2013 appointment to the Federal Election Commission, she has struggled to break a partisan deadlock.
Ann Ravel, then head of the California Fair Political Practices Commission, announced a $1 million fine for a “dark money” scheme in the 2012 election. Since her 2013 appointment to the Federal Election Commission, she has struggled to break a partisan deadlock. Hector Amezcua Sacramento Bee file
Ann Ravel, then head of the California Fair Political Practices Commission, announced a $1 million fine for a “dark money” scheme in the 2012 election. Since her 2013 appointment to the Federal Election Commission, she has struggled to break a partisan deadlock. Hector Amezcua Sacramento Bee file

Broken FEC is making a mockery of campaign finance laws

April 01, 2015 5:00 PM

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