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WBIN’s Kevin Landrigan Reports On Shady Campaign Financing By National Right To Work Committee

Recently The NH Labor News and Miscellany Blue highlighted the National Right To Work Committee’s shady, but legal, campaign donations trying to flip targeted seats in the New Hampshire Senate.

Miscellany Blue reported “National Right to Work Committee funneled over $25K to state Senate candidates in 2014

“Using an elaborate network of political action committees, the National Right to Work Committee (NRTWC) funneled over $25,000 in out-of-state campaign contributions to five New Hampshire senatorial candidates in an apparent attempt to shift the balance of power in favor of right-to-work legislation.”

Subsequently we blasted the NH GOP for these shady, underhand PAC donations in our post, “The Real Republican Agenda To Pass Right To Work In NH.”

Now veteran political reported Kevin Landrigan followed up these reports with a report of his own.  He spent weeks trying to track down the head of the Citizens for Right to Work director and followed the money right back to the National Right To Work Committee’s PAC.

This action, while legal needs to be changed.  It allows on PAC to create multiple little PACs to give donations above and beyond what one PAC can legally donate.

GO HERE RIGHT NOW to see Kevin’s excellent report on these shady campaign donations.

 

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