WASHINGTON EXAMINER: Michael Barone Covers GAI Internet Report

October 11, 2012

The Obama website, unlike those of most campaigns, doesn’t ask for the three- or four-digit credit card verification number. That makes it easier for donors to use fictitious names and addresses to send money in.

Campaigns aren’t allowed to accept donations from foreigners. But it looks like the Obama campaign has made it easier for them to slip money in. How much foreign money has come into the Obama campaign?

Click here to read Michael Barone’s Washington Examiner article.