What Others Have Said about Willis Carto
Court Cases: New Litigation: FEC v. Populist Party (92-0674), in Record Federal Election Commission, May 1992. p. 9. [94H-28601] 
The FEC asks the court to declare that defendants violated the law’s prohibitions and limits on contributions. In addition to the Populist Party (a political committee), the FEC names the following defendants: Liberty Lobby Inc.; Cordite Fidelity Inc. (wholly owned by Liberty Lobby); the Bob Richards for President Committee, Washington, DC (not authorized by any candidate); Willis A. Carto, as treasurer of the two committees and individually (he is a director of the two corporations); and Blayne E. Hutzel individually (he is the controller of the corporations and the Populist Party).
The FEC asks the court to find that:
The FEC further requests that the court assess a civil penalty; order the committees and Mr. Carto to refund the excessive and prohibited contributions; and permanently enjoin all defendants from further similar violations.
US District Court for the Civil Action No. 92-0674, 3/19/92.
See the conclusion of this action.
Source: Lobbies, PACs, Foreign Agents and Campaigns Database
Volume LP92-Version 2.01-March 1997
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