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A Democrat-aligned business founded by a longtime Clinton confidant is being accused of giving valuable voter lists to party committees and candidates, as part of a “scheme” that allegedly runs afoul of campaign finance law.
The charges were detailed in a new complaint filed by the Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust (FACT), a conservative watchdog group, on Wednesday. They implicate Catalist, LLC., a for-profit company that has provided customized voter data to hundreds of labor unions, Democratic committees and candidates — including the Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama campaigns in 2008.
The complaint, filed to the Federal Election Commission, accused the group of effectively masquerading as a corporation while acting like a political action committee — in turn, skirting campaign finance laws that normally apply to PACs.