DNC accuses pro-RFK Jr. super PAC of finance violations.

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Key Points:

  • The DNC has accused the super PAC backing Robert F. Kennedy Jr. of campaign finance violations.
  • The complaint alleges that American Values 2024 failed to disclose loans and loan repayments.

The Democratic National Committee has filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission against the super PAC supporting Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s presidential campaign. The complaint alleges that the PAC, American Values 2024, did not properly disclose $10 million in loans and $9.65 million in loan repayments from a major Kennedy donor. This is in addition to a previous complaint filed by the DNC about illegal coordination between the super PAC and Kennedy’s campaign. The super PAC recently announced they had gathered enough signatures to put Kennedy on the ballot in some states. The DNC has been targeting Kennedy’s ties to Republican donors, including GOP megadonor Timothy Mellon. Kennedy initially ran in the Democratic primary but shifted to an independent campaign after failing to gain traction. De Becker, the donor in question, has supported candidates from both parties and provided security for Kennedy’s campaign.

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