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Why super PACs have moved from sideshow to center stage for presidential hopefuls

March 12, 2015, The Washington Post

Covington's Rob Kelner is quoted on super PACs:

“It used to be that donors were very concerned that the super PAC was independent of the candidate,” said Robert Kelner, a Washington election law attorney. But now, he said, “candidates appear to be essentially establishing their own super PACs. In the absence of enforcement or even serious media scrutiny, donors will tend to conclude that they don’t have to worry.”

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