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
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.