Big news for the FEC and FPPC today -- Obama nominates two people to serve as FEC Commissioners, including current FPPC chair.

by - June 21, 2013

The White House today nominated two people to serve six-year terms on the Federal Election Commission. The nominees are Lee E. Goodman, an attorney at law firm LeClairRyan, and Ann Ravel, chairwoman of the California Fair Political Practices Commission.  Goodman will be floated to replace Republican Commissioner Don McGahn, while Ravel would replace Democrat Cynthia Bauerly, who resigned earlier this year and now works in Minnesota. McGahn is the commission's vice chairman. The U.S. Senate must confirm the nominees, who have been tapped by the White House at a time when all five current FEC commissioners are continuing to serve despite their terms having expired.
White House nominates new FEC commissioners | The Center for Public Integrity

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