FCC seeks record $5 million fine for conservative operatives over mail-in voting robocall

The Federal Communications Commission has proposed that conservative operatives Jack Burkman and Jacob Wohl be ordered to pay a fine of $5,134,500 for robocalls they made discouraging mail-in voting.

FCC Acting Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel said Tuesday that Mr. Burkman and Mr. Wohl should have to pay the sum on account …

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