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The D.C. Court of Appeals ruled this morning that the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee can release the name of a donor who supported Republican challengers to incumbent Democratic members of Congress.
The court decided that releasing the donor’s name wouldn’t do any damage to the D.C. public. The ruling had the effect of taking a potential weapon away from Democrats seeking to unseat Republican incumbents who took more than $23,000 in donations from the donor. The donor had no connection with the House members.
The court’s decision was widely criticized by Democrats and civil libertarians. However, it was generally praised by Republicans.
The defendant was a limited liability corporation that had been formed to invest in real estate. There was one issue on which the D.C. Superior Court judge ruled in favor of the defendant: the judge said the First Amendment protected donors’ names, and that neither the District nor the DCCC could release donor names without doing so.
The court of appeals ruled that the judge was wrong.
“The District’s First Amendment argument fails because, as discussed, the names of donors are not `core political speech,'” Judge Carol Beth Bechoff wrote for the three-judge panel. “Furthermore, the District cannot validly restrict the public’s access to information of public concern, including names of donors to political organizations, to protect the confidentiality of donors.”
Bechoff found that most campaign finance cases focus on disclosure requirements related to donors and what they donate, not when a donor’s name is disclosed. She cited a 2001 Supreme Court case, Nixon v. Shrink Missouri Government PAC, which decided that a state can’t force a public university to disclose information about donors.
After the ruling, D.C. Attorney General Irvin Nathan said he was disappointed in the court’s ruling and would appeal the decision.
“Today’s ruling allows an individual to buy influence over the political process in the District of Columbia,” Nathan said in a statement. “Plaintiffs are being denied the ability to conduct appropriate political investigation by preventing the public from learning who is attempting to buy influence over the political process.”
Bechoff said that the court’s decision was necessary to prevent citizens from being denied the “essential information” of who is trying to