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.
This week, Campaign for Accountability filed an IRS complaint against seven tax-exempt organizations linked to Leonard Leo that appear to have funneled large amounts of money to the lawyer via multiple payments to his for-profit businesses.
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.
Watchdog Calls on IRS and State Agencies to Investigate Ned Ryun and American Majority for Financial Impropriety
Today, Campaign for Accountability (CfA), a nonprofit watchdog group focused on public accountability, submitted a complaint to the IRS, the Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions, and the Office of the Attorney General of California calling for an investigation into whether the 501(c)(3) nonprofit American Majority Inc (AM) and its related 501(c)(4), American Majority Action Inc (AMA), violated their tax exempt status and federal and state laws by spending more than 50 percent of expenses on political purposes, submitting inaccurate information to regulators, and executing inappropriate transactions with related parties.
On September 5, 2019, CfA released a new report, BlackRock’s Washington Playbook, which details how BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, implemented a strategy of lobbying, campaign contributions, and revolving door hires to fight off government regulation and establish itself as one of the most powerful financial companies in the world.
"A Washington, D.C., watchdog group filed an ethics complaint Thursday related to just over $6,000 of undisclosed payments to the wife of U.S. Sen. Mike Crapo, R-Idaho."
"The pattern, however, has drawn attention from a watchdog group — Campaign for Accountability, whose other recent targets include payday lenders, pregnancy crisis centers, rooftop solar providers, various Republican politicians and Google. It filed one round of complaints with the FEC about Crapo's use of the townhouse, and on Thursday asked the Senate Ethics Committee to examine a disclosure issue involving the payments to Susan Crapo."