Denver judge unwinds campaign finance sanctions imposed on influential conservative dark-money group1 min read
An influential, conservative dark-money political group doesn’t have to reveal its donors and pay a $40,000 campaign finance fine levied by state elections officials stemming from the $4 million it spent on 2020 ballot initiatives, a Denver District Court judge ruled Friday.
Judge David H. Goldberg found that Unite for Colorado, which has since disbanded, didn’t violate a state law requiring political nonprofits to register as issue committees and reveal their funders when their spending on a ballot initiative is their “major purpose.”
The Colorado Sun refers to political nonprofits as dark-money groups because they don’t have to disclose their donors.
Goldberg’s ruling resolves a lawsuit filed by Unite for Colorado against the Colorado Secretary…
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