Texas pro-Trump Hispanic PAC agrees to pay penalty for campaign finance violation

During the current election cycle, Latinos For America First has raised $378,664, according to filings with federal officials.

By Michael Karlis

A Texas-based pro-Trump political action committee agreed to pay a $4,000 civil penalty to the Federal Election Commission this month for multiple violations of campaign finance rules, according to paperwork obtained by the Current. The Pasadena-based Latinos For America First (LFAF) PAC, whose mission is to "advocate for conservative policies and elect America first candidates," agreed to the $4,325 payment in February and has until August to make it in six installments, according to a Feb. 26 letter from the FEC...

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