Judge rules tea party group a PAC, not a nonprofit
Posted in the Minneapolis Forum
#1 May 20, 2013
A Travis County district court judge ruled this week that a Houston-based tea party group is not a nonprofit corporation as it claims, but an unregistered political action committee that illegally aided the Republican Party through its poll-watching efforts during the 2010 elections.
The summary judgment by Judge John Dietz upheld several Texas campaign finance laws that had been challenged on constitutional grounds by King Street Patriots, a tea party organization known for its "True the Vote" effort to uncover voter fraud.
The ruling grew out of a 2010 lawsuit filed by the Texas Democratic Party against the King Street Patriots. The Democrats charged that the organization made unlawful political contributions to the Texas Republican Party and various Republican candidates by training poll watchers in cooperation with the party and its candidates and by holding candidate forums only for GOP candidates.
Saint Paul, MN
#3 May 21, 2013
Boy it sucks to be a republican,everything they do backfires,they should change their name to the Coyota party,hahahaha
#4 May 21, 2013
Beep, beep..... BOOM !!!
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