Federal Election Commission Tries to Prevent Certain Evidence from Being Considered in Level the Playing Field Debates Case

The lawsuit Level the Playing Field v Federal Election Commission, 15-cv-1397, pending in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., still doesn’t have a final opinion. The next stage in the lawsuit will be a decision from Judge Tanya Chutkan on whether certain evidence should be included or excluded from the case. On November 10, the plaintiffs submitted this nine-page brief arguing that some evidence that they already filed should be allowed into the record. The FEC is trying to exclude that evidence.


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Federal Election Commission Tries to Prevent Certain Evidence from Being Considered in Level the Playing Field Debates Case — 5 Comments

  1. If the FEC is seriously claiming that “independent” candidates and major party candidates received
    comparable press coverage in 2016 then they are either lying or insane and in either case have no credibility.

  2. Well, Brandon, coverage _can_ be *compared* — for example: “Trump and Clinton got hundreds if not thousands of times as much media coverage as all other Presidential candidates on the ballot combined.”

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