FEC

A weak FEC really contributes to filling the swamp, not draining it.

More than a year into his presidency, President Trump has shown little interest in beefing up the Federal Election Commission, the agency that could serve as a key player in his avowed agenda to reduce the influence of moneyed interests on politics.

So far, Trump has nominated just one new commissioner to fill the two open spots on the panel. He has the opportunity to name an entirely new slate. The remaining four commissioners are serving on expired terms, two of which ended as long as a decade ago.

If one more leaves without being replaced, the FEC will lack a quorum and be effectively paralyzed.

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