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Complaint - CREW: FEC: Request for Investigation into Newt Gingrich for Alleged Personal Use of Campaign Funds: 12/19/2011

Complaint - CREW: FEC: Request for Investigation into Newt Gingrich for Alleged Personal Use of Campaign Funds: 12/19/2011

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On December 19, 2011, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) requesting an investigation to determine whether Newt Gingrich’s production company, Gingrich Productions, Inc., made tens of thousands of dollars in illegal corporate contributions to his presidential campaign. CREW’s complaint is based on a report earlier this month in the Washington Post that the Gingrich campaign had paid Newt Gingrich $42,000 for the use of his personal mailing list. The personal financial disclosure form filed by Gingrich when he became a presidential candidate, however, did not include the mailing list among his assets. CREW alleges the mailing list was the property of Gingrich Productions and Mr. Gingrich appears to have converted campaign funds to his personal use by accepting the $42,000 payment for the use of the mailing list. CREW also asked the FEC to investigate whether Gingrich Productions illegally subsidized Mr. Gingrich’s presidential campaign by holding campaign events in conjunction with his book signings.
On December 19, 2011, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) requesting an investigation to determine whether Newt Gingrich’s production company, Gingrich Productions, Inc., made tens of thousands of dollars in illegal corporate contributions to his presidential campaign. CREW’s complaint is based on a report earlier this month in the Washington Post that the Gingrich campaign had paid Newt Gingrich $42,000 for the use of his personal mailing list. The personal financial disclosure form filed by Gingrich when he became a presidential candidate, however, did not include the mailing list among his assets. CREW alleges the mailing list was the property of Gingrich Productions and Mr. Gingrich appears to have converted campaign funds to his personal use by accepting the $42,000 payment for the use of the mailing list. CREW also asked the FEC to investigate whether Gingrich Productions illegally subsidized Mr. Gingrich’s presidential campaign by holding campaign events in conjunction with his book signings.

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Published by: CREW on Dec 19, 2011
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