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FEC v. Campaign Resource Technologies


On August 3, 1987, the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona, Tucson Division, approved a final consent order and judgment between the Commission and defendants Campaign Resource Technologies, Inc. (CRT) and John Kaur (Civil Action No. CTV 86-448 TUC ACM).

During the 1983-84 Presidential election cycle, the Bergland for President Committee (the Committee), the principal campaign committee for David Bergland's 1984 Presidential campaign, contracted with CRT for certain campaign services. CRT, in turn, subcontracted certain services to John Kaur, who was doing business as Digitgraph Computer Systems Company (Digitgraph).

In the consent order, defendants CRT and John Kaur agreed that they violated 2 U.S.C. §432(b) by failing to forward to the Committee's treasurer, within 10 days, approximately $6,000 in campaign contribution checks received by CRT and Digitgraph on behalf of the Committee.

The court imposed a $5,000 civil penalty which the defendants agreed to pay within 30 days of filing the consent order. The court also permanently enjoined the defendant from future similar violations of the Act.

Source: FEC RecordSeptember 1987