TBA Law Blog


Posted by: Stacey Shrader Joslin on Nov 14, 2016

A study of campaign contributions by the Tennessean reveals that a loophole in state campaign finance laws allows donors to skirt campaign contribution limits. Among its findings, the paper discovered that Republican donor Andy Miller used more than a dozen names, addresses and job descriptions when giving as much as $550,000, possibly more than is allowed under law. In total, the paper found eight variations of Miller’s name and nine different addresses on campaign finance reports.