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Topic - David Donnelly
Donors to nonprofit groups that are spending millions of dollars on political ads this election season have escaped public scrutiny because their contributions don't have to be disclosed. But can they escape a hefty tax bite?
The "tea party" apparently doesn't have a monopoly on tricorn hats and Colonial-style elocutionists.
"I don't think these organizations want to be on record helping their donors get away with not paying taxes," David Donnelly, the director of Campaign Money Watch, said Sunday.
"There is this rock-and-a-hard-place thing going on," Mr. Donnelly said.