Good morning, here are today’s political law links

NEW SUPER PAC.  CNN.  “A new super PAC is forming with a top priority of stopping Donald Trump, not promoting Hillary Clinton.”

SUPER PAC NEWS.  MJ.  “This time around, it appears that Singer, who is alleged to be worth $2.2 billion, will not be on hand to lecture well-heeled GOP insiders on his vision for a Donald Trump administration.”

OUTSIDE SPENDING NUMBERS.  CRP.  “Outside groups have now spent more than $400 million to influence elections this cycle, data collected from the Federal Election Commission show, a figure that dwarfs the amount spent by this point in the 2012 election.”

SUPER PAC SPEND.  Politico.  “A convicted Ponzi schemer on Tuesday filed a curious report with the Federal Election Commission declaring that his super PAC was going to conduct a $50 million digital-media marketing campaign boosting Donald Trump.”

CA:  CASE ENDS.  DS.  “The California Fair Political Practices Commission faulted Palm Springs Council member Chris Mills last month for failing to report the correct name of a business in which he owns a minor stake.”

MA:  PELTIER RUNNING.  MassLive.  “Peltier, a South Hadley man whose quick domain name trigger finger and arguably fraudulent use of those websites made him the subject of an ABC News investigation in 2012, has registered to run for state Senate in the Hampshire, Franklin and Worcester District — the same seat occupied by State Senate President Stan Rosenberg.”


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