Washington, D.C.—Free Speech For People has filed a lawsuit against the Federal Election Commission for failing to investigate a $150,000 “hush money” payment made in 2016 to Karen McDougal, one of President Trump’s former mistresses, under federal campaign finance law. The … More
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Amended FEC Complaint Alleges that President Donald J. Trump and Attorney Michael Cohen Broke Federal Campaign Finance Laws by Coordinating with American Media, Inc. on “Catch and Kill” Payment for Trump Adultery Story Free Speech For People, the First Government … More
After Facebook revelations, FEC must act now on pending complaint for Russian election interference and Trump campaign coordination. More
Today, Free Speech For People and Campaign for Accountability filed an additional amendment to our joint FEC complaint filed May 3, 2017. This second amendment to the complaint provides new information which has come to public light in reporting since the May 3 filing More
An article published today by Ken Vogel in Politico follows the latest developments in the Trump-Russia probe. Our FEC complaint is cited as a major factor in launching this investigation. More
Free Speech For People released a new report on “Russian Government Influence & Potential Trump Campaign Coordination in the 2016 Election” More
President Trump’s decision today to fire the Director of the FBI raises serious questions as to whether he is engaged in obstruction of justice. Read our full statement. More
Today, our Legal Director, Ron Fein, penned an op-ed in Newsweek with Julian Schreibman, a New York attorney, served at the Central Intelligence Agency. Fein and Schreibman say “follow the money” if you’re asking if the Trump campaign colluded with Russia.
FSFP and the Campaign For Accountability filed today an amended complaint with the Federal Election Commission demanding “an immediate investigation” into whether the Russian government illegally spent money to influence the 2016 presidential election, in possible coordination with the Trump campaign.
On Friday, January 13, the Federal Election Commission filed its response in the federal lawsuit that could end super PACs. This case seeks the reversal of the 2010 lower federal court ruling in SpeechNow.org v. FEC, which unleashed super PAC spending in US elections, and which is vulnerable to being overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court. More