The FBI has executed a search warrant at an office of the GOP fundraising and consulting firm in Annapolis.

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FBI searches GOP consulting firm in Annapolis

The firm's president said the FBI removed files from its offices.

 

Andrew Wyrich

IRL

Published May 11, 2017   Updated May 24, 2021, 2:44 pm CDT

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has executed a search warrant at an office of the GOP fundraising and consulting firm in Annapolis, according to various media reports.

Several media outlets are reporting that the firm is Strategic Campaign Group, although the FBI has not yet confirmed that detail. The firm is known for using technology in political campaigns and represents GOP candidates from around the country, according to WBAL.

Strategic Campaign Group offers political organizational fundraising, virtual telephone town halls, direct mail marketing, advertising, polling, voter contact telephone programs, and political campaign consulting, according to its website.

FBI officials confirmed the activity to the Baltimore Sun.

FBI spokeswoman Linday Ram told the newspaper that the investigation is being run out of the bureau’s Washington field office.

The company’s president, Kelley Rogers, told the Sun that agents removed files from the Strategic Campaign Group’s offices.

The website says it has “helped Republican candidates run for office at every level.”

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*First Published: May 11, 2017, 2:28 pm CDT