The Federal Election Commission (FEC) has asked Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) for more information about $3.5 million in contributions to her re-election campaign.
Between January and March, the Greene campaign received $2,558,631.61 in unitemized donations from undisclosed donors, while the campaign received another $967,045.73 in unitemized donations between April and June.
The campaign reported a total of more than $4.5 million in donations during the same time period.
Candidates are not legally obliged to itemize donations or disclose the identity of their donors for contributions that total under $200 during an election cycle.
The FEC has given the Greene campaign until October 12 to provide clarification about the $3.5 million.
Since the campaign has received a high volume of donations this year, it could have easily raised the $3.5 million strictly through small donations.
Greene used the controversy to appeal to her supporters for campaign contributions, while comparing herself to Trump in the process. »