Hillary had a secret money man during her campaign for president in 2008. His name is Jeffrey E Thompson, who has been connected to political corruption in Washington D.C., where he was known as the Governor of the District. In 2008, he is allegedly paid a firm $608,000 in a get out the vote effort for Hillary in four states.
In 2008, a firm approached the Clinton campaign about the possibility of running a get out the vote campaign for Clinton. The firm, owned by Troy White, a New York marketing executive, called Wytehouse Marketing. Later, a Clinton official, Guy Cecil, notified White that they could not use his services and expressed the fact, he was a fan and hoped they could work together soon. Utrecht, the Clinton campaign attorney, stressed the fact that the Clinton Campaign had turned White down.
However, another high ranking member of Clinton's campaign team, a longtime Clinton adviser, Minyon Moore, contacted White and made arrangements for him to meet with Thompson, who would finance the project. Thompson paid White $608,000 to run GOTV campaigns in four states, Texas, North Carolina, Indiana , and a fourth state that has not been identified yet. Thompson also gave the Clinton presidential campaign contributions totalling $65,500.
It is legal for someone to finance a seperate campaign effort, providing that there is no coordination between that campaign and the candidate's official campaign. The Clinton campaign would not be obligated to list the money spent on the private campaign, however, both Thompson and White were obligated to and neither one did.
There does seem to be quite a bit of cooperation between the official Hillary campaign and the one run by White. Moore allegedly provided White's company with bumper stickers and yard signs from Hillary's Texas campaign. She also provided White with the campaign's secret itenerary, so that White could send out teams to work the events. Also, in a recent hearing on a minor tax evasion charge, White was asked if there was any coordination between his efforts and the official Clinton campaign. White answered, "Yes."
Minyon Moore, began her career as an organizer for Jesse Jackson's 1988 campaign for president. She also worked for Jackson's Rainbow PUSH Coalition. She went on to become an advisor to the Clintons and She served as director of political affairs in the Clinton White House and later as chief executive of the Democratic National Committee.
The investigation could have major implications for Hillary's much expected run in 2016.