Marco Rubio Campaign Broke Law, May Hurt Vice Presidential Bid
Marco Rubio’s 2012 senate campaign broke the law and was fined by the Federal Election Commission. Rubio’s campaign took in over $210,000 in improper contributions.
Rubio’s campaign admitted to the FEC that it took in “prohibited, excessive and other impermissible contributions.”
Rubio took in improper contributions from over 100 individuals on his way to an easy win in the 2012 Florida senatorial campaign.
Mitt Romney was recently endorsed by Rubio, who has been rumored as a top-tier running mate choice.
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