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Here's the situation STIR, LLC in Milwaukee, WI. has made an "in kind" contribution to a candidate for federal office in the amount of $2600.00
If STIR, LLC is NOT a single member LLC it's a violation of Federal Election Commission regulations. If it IS a single member LLC then it's okay.
I'm just trying to keep the candidates on the up and up. There's no case pending, so I can't subpoena company records.
I'll see what I can find on your link.
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