Isabel Vincent of the New York Post reports:
With just days left before the vote in one of last year’s most hotly contested midterm election races, John Fetterman’s senate campaign raked in nearly $2.5 million from multiple sales of its donor lists, at wildly divergent prices — a possible violation of campaign finance rules.
Also from the article:
“The price discrepancies for the sales of Fetterman’s donor list are so dramatic it appears his campaign benefitted illegally in the final days of a hotly contested race,” said Tom Anderson, director of the Government Integrity Project at the National Legal and Policy Center in Virginia.
Click here to read the article in the New York Post.