TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Stacey Shrader Joslin on Dec 8, 2016

Stand for Children and four pro-charter school candidates have been cleared of all alleged campaign finance violations, the Tennessean reports. Tennessee Registry of Election Finance board members said yesterday they did not see enough evidence to show there was illegal coordination between Stand for Children and the Nashville-area candidates, voting unanimously to dismiss the case. The complaint had alleged illegal coordination between the organization and the candidates – Miranda Christy, Thom Druffel, Jane Grimes Meneely and Jackson Miller.