Woodhouse, in a follow-up email to Yahoo News, said the “vast majority” of Correct the Record’s activities “do result in a public Internet posting,” noting that, for example, the results of its polling were publicly posted. In other instances, such as the “research” it provided to Hillary for America, the campaign paid for it, which would have made it an above-board transaction that did not run afoul of federal election law. (Woodhouse also acknowledged that Correct the Record uses the services of Marc Elias of the Perkins Coie law firm; Elias is also chief outside counsel to the Clinton campaign. Elias did not respond to an email request for comment.)
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