DEMAND THAT NONPROFIT ADVOCACY GROUPS
DISCLOSE ANY DONOR WHO GIVES MONEY FOR THE
PURPOSE OF INFLUENCING A FEDERAL ELECTION
In September 2018, the United States Supreme Court did not grant an emergency request to stay a ruling by a lower court regarding a Federal Election Commission (FEC) regulation allowing nonprofit groups to keep their donors secret unless they had denoted their donation for a specific purpose. Nonprofit advocacy groups are not required to publicly disclose their donors, unlike political committees, and this regulation had been a staggering loophole in our campaign financing system.
As a result of the Supreme Court's decision, nonprofit advocacy groups now have to report the names of donors who give over $200 per year toward their independent political campaigns.
This is a huge win for the American people!