Is Kid Rock breaking FEC laws with his “maybe possibly thinking about it” Senate bid? If the laws are correct such as stating “donate to my campaign” and the selling of “Kid Rock for Senate” under a non-profit organization, then yes he is breaking the law.
And just for the reason of breaking FEC law, people will vote for him. But is he really “the best chance” to win Michigan? – PB/TK
After He’s Accused of Violating Campaign Law, Kid Rock Breaks Silence with Blistering Statement – By John S Roberts (youngcons.com) / Sept 2 2017
Kid Rock may very well wind up not running for U.S. Senate against incumbent Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-MI).
If he did, though, you would have to imagine he’d have all Trump voters in Michigan punching in his name on election day come November 2018.
As of now, Rock aka Robert Ritchie, has yet to formally announce his candidacy.
Here’s his message to people saying he is in violation of breaking campaign law…
Kid Rock’s response to a watchdog group accusing him of violating a federal election law was classic Kid Rock — ” … go f— yourselves.”
The group Common Cause says the Detroit musician violated the law by declaring himself a candidate for a U.S. Senate seat in Michigan but not registering his candidacy or reporting campaign contributions. They filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission and also asked Attorney General Jeff Sessions to investigate whether the musician —whose real name is Robert Ritchie — has violated election law.
Continue to youngcons.com article: https://www.youngcons.com/after-hes-accused-of-violating-campaign-law-kid-rock-breaks-silence-with-blistering-statement/