Democrats file complaint over Romney fundraising

By REUTERS
April 29, 2011 12:17

 
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BOSTON - The New Hampshire Democratic Party on Friday said Mitt Romney's presidential campaign may have violated election finance laws by funneling "soft money" into the Republican frontrunner's White House bid.

The party filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) suggesting that Romney could be funneling unlimited "soft money" through his state political action committees (PACs) to his federal presidential campaign.

"Credible evidence suggests laws may have been broken by Romney using 'soft money' corporate, unlimited donations to fund (his) presidential campaign," the party said.

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