Today, most voters know that there are many state and federal laws all intended to secure and sustain election integrity. From Federal and State election laws regulating donations and disclosure of donors to prohibiting a range of activities such as communication and coordination between political campaigns and political action committees (“PACS”) the purpose of these rules is to ensure public trust in elections. We even have rules like prohibiting political activities (Electioneering) within 75ft of voting locations. But what happens when millions of dollars find their way into our election process? Shouldn’t our Secretary of the State identify the potential for problems and set out rules to ensure the integrity of the election process and instill trust? Unfortunately, not in our state.