Evidence strongly suggests that, due to Schmidt’s self-professed involvement in the development of Phillip’s campaign strategy just weeks before he formed the Pass the Torch PAC, he and the PAC made $450,000 in coordinated communications with the campaign. CfA is asking the FEC to investigate.
Today, Campaign for Accountability submitted a comment to the Federal Election Commission urging it to accept its jurisdiction over deceptive uses of “deepfake” technology to fraudulently misrepresent the voice or perspective of other candidates or campaigns.
Today, Campaign for Accountability asked the Office of Congressional Ethics to investigate whether Representative Nancy Mace (R-SC) violated federal law and House ethics rules by soliciting contributions on the Capitol grounds.
CfA Requests NC State Board of Elections Issue Advisory Opinion on Speaker Tim Moore Campaign Payouts
Today, Campaign for Accountability asked the North Carolina State Board of Elections for an advisory opinion regarding Speaker Tim Moore's use of campaign funds to pay himself rent for purported use of office space that he owns.
Today, Campaign for Accountability sent a letter urging the Federal Election Commission to drop consideration of a rule change that would limit the commission’s investigative ability and block access to information about potential campaign finance violations.
Today, Campaign for Accountability (CfA) submitted a comment to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) asking it to reject betting company KalshiEX, LLC’s proposal to allow events contracts based on the result of US elections.
Yesterday, Campaign for Accountability sent a letter asking House leadership to demand the House Committee on Ethics carry out its institutional obligations around document transparency.
CfA Files IRS Complaint Against Texas Public Policy Foundation (TPPF) for Violating IRS Law Prohibiting Political Activity
Today, Campaign for Accountability sent a letter to the IRS requesting an investigation into Texas Public Policy Foundation (TPPF)—a Texas-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit—for engaging in political campaign activity in violation of its tax-exempt status.
Today, Congress voted to adopt a rules package that deliberately weakens the Office of Congressional Ethics (OCE) to the point of near-inoperability. Campaign for Accountability Executive Director Michelle Kuppersmith released a statement condemning the vote.
Today, Campaign for Accountability filed a complaint with the IRS and FEC requesting the agencies investigate White Coat Waste Project, Inc. and White Coat Waste PAC for flagrant violations of the strict prohibition on 501(c)(3) organizations engaging in political campaign activities, and for soliciting contributions for a PAC from outside the PAC’s restricted class.