Campaign for Accountability’s comment explains why the Chamber’s Petition looks to be a bald-faced attempt at protecting Big Tech profits by making it easier to disqualify Chair Lina Khan from participating in future cases.
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 to Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes and Mohave County District Attorney Matthew Smith requesting an investigation into Arizona Senate Majority Leader Joseph Borrelli for potential perjury.
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.
Last week, Campaign for Accountability sent a letter to the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs urging it to investigate whether Kellyanne Conway committed a federal crime during the selection of Supreme Court appointees by benefiting from a financial arrangement with conservative legal activist Leonard Leo.
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.
Watchdog Calls for Ethics Investigation into Senators Hawley and Cruz for Potentially Inciting A Riot and Committing Seditious Conspiracy
Today, Campaign for Accountability filed a complaint with the Senate Ethics Committee requesting an investigation into whether Senators Josh Hawley and Ted Cruz knowingly spread 2020 presidential election misinformation motivating the rioters who stormed the Capitol on January 6, 2021.
Watchdog Files Complaint with Federal Authorities Calling for Investigation of HUD Official for Potential Hatch Act Violations
This year, Patton solicited the participation of four tenants of the New York City Housing Authority to participate in a video praising the President which aired at the 2020 Republican National Convention. If this video, made solely for the purpose of advocating for the election of a political candidate, is found to have been created using resources obtained through Ms. Patton’s public office, it would be a clear violation of the Hatch Act.