A Bushevik commissioner on the FEC

Part 2 of Media Bloodhound’s trilogy on the rise of Caroline Hunter.

Ideology trumps experience in Federal Election Commissioner’s rise
By Brad Jacobson

[Read Part I of this series.]

Caroline Hunter’s confirmation to the Election Assistance Commission in February 2007 came near the end
of the agency’s controversial handling of two internally contentious commissioned studies — one on voter
fraud and the other on voter identification laws. Pressure to fill the four-member bipartisan commission was high: the election season was heating up.

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