Federal law prohibits campaigns and the interest groups helping them from coordinating on political strategy. But they can hire the same vendors to do sensitive political work as long as private information isn’t shared. An analysis of Federal Election Commission records found 30 vendors working for both super PACs and candidates. One example from each party is shown below. Read related story.


Federal Election Commission, staff analysis | BylThe Washington Post October 13, 2012
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