Former Gay Republican presidential runner Fred Karger sent a letter to a federal judge asking that the National Organization for Marriage to be held in contempt of court, for not releasing the names of its donors after the U.S. Supreme court ruled that they must.
Karger last week sent a letter to a federal judge asking that NOM be held in contempt for failing to disclose the names of those who donated to it in this election cycle, Maine’s Portland Press Herald reports.
The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld Maine’s law requiring the identification of donors who give for a specific political purpose, and state officials are investigating to see if NOM’s contributors fell into that category. NOM has said donors would be vulnerable to harassment if their names were made public and that disclosure laws violate the First Amendment.
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“NOM continues to thumb its nose at Maine elections laws,” Karger wrote Judge D. Brock Hornby. “Some sort of meaningful action needs to be taken immediately to avoid NOM skirting the law yet again in Maine.”