FEC advisory opinion rules Mullin ads are electioneering

Kaye Beach

May 23, 2012

This has been a bad week for Mullins.  First the news that he may have federal felony charges hanging over hisa head and now the FEC issues a draft advisory opinion that was actually requested by Mullin on whether or not his television and radio ads were electioneering.

The FEC’s answer?

“The Commission concludes that the television and radio advertisements and radio program paid for by Mullin Companies are electioneering communications,”

The FEC’s final opinion will be issued on Thursday.

Read more from the Claremore Daily Progress;

EXCLUSIVE: FEC advisory opinion rules Mullin ads are electioneering

Salesha Wilken Posted:  05/23/2012

 

2 responses to “FEC advisory opinion rules Mullin ads are electioneering

  1. The FEC looks to have gone overboard. Maybe they just want to bring pressure to him because of possible felony charges on him. He doesn’t sound too smart based upon the,”Mullin Open to Federal Felony Charges” article. Please spread far and wide as I will. Thanks for the info.

  2. If you look at the fec.gov website, they are saying the may rule on an exemption for Mullin. Sounds like this guy can “buy” his way out of anything. He sounds worse than a politician to me. I gotta feeling this guy is going to screw the Republicans out of ever holding the 2nd District seat. Name recognition is the only way this guy could get elected. If you have ever been to one of the multi-candidate forums and heard him answer a question……he never does. He has no idea what he is talking about. That is probably why he hasn’t shown up at 95% of the meetings. He walks away looking like a total moron!

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