Trump fundraising committee faces felony charge complaint for campaign finance scheme in Wisconsin

A bipartisan commission of ethics regulators in Wisconsin believes one of former President Donald Trump‘s fundraising groups and state GOP officials committed felonies by allegedly dodging campaign finance laws to donate money to take out the state’s top Republican lawmaker.

The Wisconsin Ethics Commission recommended felony charges against the Save America Joint Fundraising Committee, state GOP Rep. Janel Brandtjen, the campaign of Adam Steen — who lost to Speaker Robin Vos in the 2022 primary — several state and local GOP officials, and two donors, according to records obtained by the Washington Examiner that were made public on Friday.

The heart of the problem stems from efforts between Steen’s campaign and three county GOP parties to bypass campaign finance laws
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