Holding Leaders Accountable
Shining a light on corruption by public officials and candidates who put their own interests ahead of public service.
When those in power abuse their position through dishonest or fraudulent conduct, we seek legal remedies at the state and national levels.
To ensure the strength of our democracy, elected officials must be accountable to the people they represent. We make sure they have to answer for their actions.
We carefully investigate ethical and legal violations by politicians at all levels and bring wrongdoing to public light.
“Russell Fagg is running a shadow campaign, breaking federal election law, and violating Montana’s judicial ethical guidelines.”
The American Democracy Legal Fund has filed a Federal Election Commission complaint against Judge Russell Fagg for multiple violations of campaign finance law, including engaging in extensive campaign activities for U.S. Senate in Montana without filing as a candidate for any office.
Complaint follows reports that Perdue bought and sold stock in submarine company after helping draft legislation that awarded it billions in federal contracts The American Democracy Legal Fund (ADLF) filed a complaint with the Securities and Exchange Commission today following serious allegations of insider trading on the part of Senator David Perdue. This week, the […]
Earlier today, Loeffler broke Senate ethics rules by campaigning in a federal building The American Democracy Legal Fund (ADLF) filed a complaint with the Senate Select Committee on Ethics against United States Senator Kelly Loeffler, for blatantly violating Senate Ethics rules to support her campaign. On November 18, Senator Loeffler was interviewed by Fox News […]
The American Democracy Legal Fund (ADLF) filed a formal complaint with the Senate Ethics Committee today against Senator Martha McSally for breaking Senate ethics rules and abusing taxpayer dollars. Yesterday, the Daily Beast reported that McSally violated Senate Ethics rules prohibiting the use of taxpayer funded mass communications by Senators less than 60 days before […]