Trevor Potter

Campaign Legal Center

Guest

Attorney at Caplin & Drysdale in Washington, DC and president of the nonpartisan Campaign Legal Center; former commissioner and chairman of the Federal Election Commission (1991-1995)

Trevor Potter on KCRW

Conservatives used to argue that full disclosure of campaign contributions would prevent corruption. Now they're making a pitch for secrecy.

Political Groups Fight to Shroud Super PAC Donors

Conservatives used to argue that full disclosure of campaign contributions would prevent corruption. Now they're making a pitch for secrecy.

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Conservatives have waged a long battle against restrictions on campaign finance, claiming that there would be no corruption if voters knew where the money was coming from.

Political Groups Fight to Shroud Super PAC Donors

Conservatives have waged a long battle against restrictions on campaign finance, claiming that there would be no corruption if voters knew where the money was coming from.

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