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When a candidate exits, what happens to the cash?

February 2, 2016, Marketplace

Robert Kelner speaks to Marketplace about what super PACS are able to do with leftover funds once candidates suspend their campaigns, in light of Martin O’Malley and Mike Huckabee’s exits from the 2016 presidential primaries. According to Kelner, “Super PACS have very wide discretion on what they can do with left over funds." He continues, “They can’t start selling illegal drugs or do something like that but otherwise there are very few limitations on what they can do with the funds.”

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