Revoke Commission on Presidential Debates tax status (update 4/14/2013)

David Curtis has initiated an administrative action against the Commission on Presidential Debates through the agency of the IRS. He is asking the IRS to revoke the CPD's non-profit tax status on the basis CPD violates their non-profit, non-partisan mission by routine, over the course of decades, exclusion of 3rd parties from the televised debates via the mechanism of a polling criteria that is virtually impossible to meet given the complicity of for-profit polling agencies.

Curtis calls for the CPD to remove the criteria 3 or be stripped of their non-profit status and barred from organizing subsequent debates, current and future election cycle debates to be hosted by other independent public entities with inclusion of all balloted candidates mandatory.

References:

1. Initial complaint was filed 29 February 2012 with the IRS internal investigative division.

2. Support document was filed 15 March 2012 with the IRS internal investigative division.

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