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Topic - Dan Backer
The Stop Hillary PAC, an organization dedicated to preventing Hillary Rodham Clinton from becoming the next president, pressured the Federal Elections Commission on Wednesday to act on a complaint that another group with the opposite goal is illegally operating as a Clinton campaign committee.
"As the FEC has a substantial interest in avoiding even the appearance of partiality in its enforcement activities, and in light of the seriousness of violations we raise, I urge the FEC to ensure the prompt and public resolution of this complaint without any further undue delay," he said.
The conduct of the staff attorney, which violates the Hatch Act limits on political activity by government employee, "raises serious concerns as to the nonpartisan enforcement of routine FEC matters," wrote Mr. Backer.