From the Columbus Dispatch.
LetOhioVote.org filed their first campaign finance report, but it’s hardly illuminating:
LetOhioVote.org, which is led by three conservative activists, reported that it has raised nearly $1.6 million. All of that money came from a political nonprofit that specializes in polling called New Models, based in a suburban Washington office building.
LetOhioVote.org’s spokesman, Carlo LoParo, said he doesn’t know the ultimate source of the group’s money.
In other words, New Models is being used as a proxy donor to hide the real source of the Blackwell alumni revenge society’s actual money. Nothing like being an organization that has questionable out-of-state finances that cannot claim any support from within the State.
This kind of intentional campaign finance skirting needs to be outlawed. For once, I agree with Jon Husted.
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