Author: Trevor Potter, Opinion Contributor

If the FEC won’t protect voters, the courts should — but it might be up to Congress

I was a Republican commissioner on the Federal Election Commission (FEC) from 1991 to 1995. During that time, for the most part, at least, the FEC functioned as designed: the commission of three Democrats and three Republicans worked collaboratively to ensure agency operation and even-handed enforcement of campaign laws. My bipartisan team led what was…