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RNC cuts fundraising ties with Roy Moore

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Roy Moore’s problem — now we believe the victim’s story © Provided by The Hill Roy Moore’s problem — now we believe the victim’s story The Republican National Committee (RNC) has cut fundraising ties with GOP Senate hopeful Roy Moore.

The new Federal Election Commission (FEC) filings follow allegations of sexual misconduct against Moore by five women, two of whom accused him of sexual misconduct with them when they were minors.

New documents filed Tuesday with the Federal Election Commission show the RNC is no longer listed alongside other groups involved in the joint fundraiser.

The two parties now listed on the documents include "Judge Roy Moore for US Senate" and the Alabama Republican Party.

The initial FEC filing, dated Oct. 24, included both the RNC and National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) . The new filing does not include either of those groups.

A donor could have given up to $521,200 per year to the joint fundraising committee when it included both the RNC and NRSC. Now that they have pulled out, a donor can only give a max of $12,700 per year to the committee.


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