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Election 2014: A new level of collaboration between candidates and big-money allies

November 3, 2014, The Washington Post

Covington partner Rob Kelner is quoted in this article regarding campaign finance:

"“If you are a believer in Citizens United, as I am, you actually should advocate clear rules on coordination,” said Robert Kelner, an election law attorney at Covington & Burling who advises corporations, super PACs and wealthy donors on both sides of the aisle. “If there’s no separation between the campaigns and outside groups, then the logic of the Citizens United decision really falls apart.”

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