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FEC v. Citizen Party (86-3113)


On July 31, 1987, the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia entered a default judgment against the Citizens Party, a political party committee, and the party's acting treasurer, Kirby Edmonds, for the respondents' failure to timely pay in full a previously agreed upon civil penalty, in violation of the terms of a conciliation agreement they had entered into with the FEC on March 20, 1986. (FEC v. Citizens Party; Civil Action No. 86-3113 (OG).)

The court also: (1) ordered the defendants to pay interest on the $1,250 unpaid balance of the civil penalty for the period from June 18, 1986, to December 8, 1986, and (2) permanently enjoined the defendants from further violations of the agreement.

Source:   FEC RecordMarch 1987