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AO 2015-09

Senate Majority PAC and House Majority PAC

Summary

Interaction between independent-expenditure-only committees and federal candidates and prospective federal candidates.

Documents

Final opinion November 13, 2015
Date Name Document type
11/13/2015 2015-09 Final Opinion
11/13/2015 Commissioner Statement (Commissioner Ellen L. Weintraub) Commissioner Statements
11/10/2015 Vote Votes
11/09/2015 Comment on Agenda Document Nos. 15-57-A, 15-57-B, 15-57-C, 15-57-D, and 15-57-E by Senate Majority PAC and House Majority PAC Comments and Ex parte Communications
11/09/2015 Comment on Agenda Document Nos. 15-57-D and 15-57-E by Nick Harper Comments and Ex parte Communications
11/09/2015 Draft AO, Agenda Document No. 15-57-F Draft Documents
11/06/2015 Draft AO, Agenda Document No. 15-57-E Draft Documents
11/05/2015 Comment on Agenda Document Nos. 15-57-A and 15-57-B by Clark Hill PLC Comments and Ex parte Communications
11/05/2015 Draft AO, Agenda Document No. 15-57-C Draft Documents
11/05/2015 Draft AO, Agenda Document No. 15-57-D Draft Documents
10/29/2015 Comment on AOR by Make Your Laws PAC, Inc., Make Your Laws Advovacy, Inc., and Make Your Laws, Inc. Comments and Ex parte Communications
10/29/2015 Comment on Agenda Document No. 15-57-A by DB Capitol Strategies PLLC Comments and Ex parte Communications
10/29/2015 Comment on Agenda Document Nos. 15-57-A and 15-57-B by Make Your Laws PAC, Inc., Make Your Laws Advovacy, Inc., and Make Your Laws, Inc. Comments and Ex parte Communications
10/28/2015 Comment on AOR by Campaign Legal Center and Democracy 21 Comments and Ex parte Communications
10/28/2015 Draft AO, Agenda Document No. 15-57-A Draft Documents
10/28/2015 Draft AO, Agenda Document No. 15-57-B Draft Documents
10/27/2015 Comment on AOR by Robert E. Rutkowski Comments and Ex parte Communications
09/11/2015 Request by Senate Majority PAC and House Majority PAC AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time

Entities

Role Name Type
Requestor House Majority PAC Nonconnected political committee
Requestor Senate Majority PAC Nonconnected political committee
Counsel/Representative Jacobs, Rachel L. Individual
Counsel/Representative Berkon, Jonathan S. Individual
Counsel/Representative Reese, Ezra W. Individual
Commenter Hebert, J. Gerald Individual
Commenter Clark Hill PLC Law Firm
Commenter Tyrrell III, James E. Individual
Commenter Spies, Charles Individual
Commenter DB Capitol Strategies PLLC Law Firm
Commenter Rutkowski, Robert Individual
Commenter Democracy 21 Research/Public Interest/Educational Institution
Commenter Wertheimer, Fred Individual
Commenter Harper, Nick Individual
Commenter Ryan, Paul S. Individual
Commenter Simon, Donald J. Individual
Commenter Sonosky, Chambers & Sachse Law Firm
Commenter Make Your Laws PAC Nonconnected political committee
Commenter Sai, Individual