Analysis finds Rosie O’Donnell regularly breaks campaign finance laws with oversized donations

An analysis by the New York Post published Saturday revealed liberal comedian Rosie O’Donnell has regularly broken campaign finance laws by over-donating to Democratic candidates. What are the details? According to the Post’s analysis, O’Donnell has regularly broken a law that limits an individual’s donations to just $2,700 per candidate per election. The limit applies separately to primaries, generals and runoffs. It is not a cumulative limit. The donations included: $4,700 to Democrat Doug Jones for the Alabama special election. Jones, now a U.S. senator, ran against Roy Moore. $3,600 to Democrat Conor Lamb’s special election in Pennsylvania in March against Rick Saccone. $2,950 to Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) for his primary this year. $4,200 to Lauren Underwood, a Democratic congressional candidate, for her primary. $3,450 to Omar Vaid, a Democratic congressional candidate from Staten Island and Brooklyn, for his primary. According to the Post, O’Donnell together gave $5,400 beyond what is allowed by law. Lamb’s campaign said …

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