Democrat Jennifer Moore's political plans for 2011 and take on outside groups
10/06/2010 07:08 PM
Jennifer Moore, the former Kentucky Democratic Party chairman and the party’s legal counsel, said she’s interested in running for office at some point — perhaps in 2011.
Plus, she offered her take on outside groups that are wielding a lot of power in these elections.
This week, two campaign finance watchdog organizations filed complaints against two of the most high-profile outside groups that have been running ads for Republican candidates across the country.
The groups, American Crossroads and Crossroads GPS, have spent a combined $18 million, including about $1 million in Kentucky.
They have been able to raise so much so quickly without disclosing all their donors because of a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision that relaxed restrictions on corporate contributions.
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