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Corren v. Condos

In Vermont, candidates for governor and lieutenant governor can opt to take public funding to run their campaigns if they abide by certain restrictions. Among them: They can’t raise funds from private donors (namely, political parties), nor can they spend their own money. Plaintiffs: The restrictions violate the First Amendment. Second Circuit: They do not.


Tags: 2018, Campaign Finance, First Amendment, Second Circuit

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