11/08/13 11:05 AM
(www.mlive.com) The complaint alleges that a ballot proposal committee violated state campaign finance law in supporting a 2012 question.
By Ashe Schow | 11/07/13 05:29 PM
Falling from one’s high horse can really hurt. Liberals have publicly decried the use of “dark money” by conservative activist groups in campaigns, the most notable of which is perhaps FreedomWorks, the Tea Party spark plug. But maybe what they really want isn't to remove dark money...
11/07/13 12:20 PM
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By Rebecca Berg | 11/07/13 11:34 AM
President Obama traveled to Dallas on Wednesday to raise money for Democratic Senate candidates, telling would-be contributors that they need to open their wallets if the party is to prevent Republicans from taking over a second chamber of Congress -- a dynamic, he said, that would perpetuate...
By David M. Drucker | 11/06/13 04:03 PM
Supporters of Sen. David Vitter, R-La., this past summer launched a super PAC to bolster his future campaigns, organizers of the committee told the Washington Examiner on Wednesday. The Fund For Louisiana’s Future was registered in Baton Rouge and with the Federal Election Commission, so...
11/04/13 08:12 PM
(www.miamiherald.com) Mingling money, politics and legislation is nothing new in Tallahassee, but an email leaked last week provides a glimpse at just how much pressure Republican lawmakers are under to maintain their dominance in campaign fundraising.
By Sean Higgins | 11/03/13 01:25 PM
Big Labor has donated just under $3 million to the campaign of Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe, a sure sign it hopes he can shift the right-to-work state to a more union-friendly direction. The pace of donations accelerated rapidly as the race entered its final...
By Rebecca Berg | 11/01/13 12:43 PM
If Hillary Clinton and her closest associates weren't at first ready for the Ready for Hillary super PAC, they are now.
By Editorial Writer | 11/01/13 11:17 AM
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made headlines recently when it was reported that Goldman Sachs – the quintessential illustration of the politically influential Wall Street bank — paid her an estimated $400,000 for two speeches. One of the speeches, according to National Review...
By Washington Examiner staff reports | 11/01/13 05:18 AM
The Republican National Committee learned several lessons from its disastrous losses to President Obama and Democrats in the 2012 election. Chief among them is that the GOP must spend money in a very different way.
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