GOP PAC Operator Pleads Guilty to Fraud
A Maryland political consultant who operated at least four political action committees pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges related to a scheme to pocket contributions from donors who thought their money was going toward furthering conservative causes.
The largest of the PACs operated by Kelley Rogers was the Conservative Majority Fund, which starting in 2012 raised nearly $10 million from mostly elderly small-dollar donors, but only gave $48,400 to the politicians it said it would support, Politico reported.
Other PACs operated by Rogers were the Conservative StrikeForce and Tea Party Majority Fund.
“Rogers swindled millions of dollars