November 1, 2012
Betting to Win: Julie Engell views large campaign gifts from her 501(c)(4) as leveling the playing field. “My side generally isn’t in power,” she says. “Unless you are in power, you’d better be prepared to assume significant risk.”
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In the post-Citizens United era, SuperPACs have been cast as the demons of corrupt national politics. But they’re not to be outdone by 501(c)(4)s. That’s IRS-speak for social welfare organizations, tax-exempt “civic leagues or organizations” ...