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“No one brave enough to seek office should have to bow out of their campaign because they can’t afford childcare.” New York lawmaker Linda Rosenthal said.
The California Republican has said the Italy visit counts as legislative activity since he attempted to visit a U.S. Navy base there.
The California senator received a last-minute boost after her stirring performance at the first Democratic debate in Miami.
His first push in the Senate was for public financing of elections. Now, he’s holding high-dollar fundraisers from coast to coast.
Tom McInerney also told CNBC he didn't think the former vice president had performed well in this week's Democratic primary debate.
The Justice Department asserts the San Diego Republican was taking women skiing, out to drinks and to hotel rooms for "personal activities."
The pair were indicted nearly a year ago for their alleged misuse of $250,000 in campaign funds.
Authorities allege that the Hunters spent more than $250,000 in campaign funds on vacations and other personal expenses.
As commercial renters flee, Trump keeps spending $37,500 a month in campaign funds at his own building — even though much of the Republican Party’s leased space in Virginia is going unused.
Franklin Haney's political donation came as he was seeking regulatory approval and financial support for his bid to acquire an Alabama nuclear plant.
Utah and Colorado pass the first-ever bills aimed at making it easier for parents to run for office.
The former congressman had defended taking contributions linked to the oil and gas industry in the past.
The former vice president joins most of the 2020 Democratic presidential field in rejecting outside help.
In a shift, the Democratic presidential candidate will no longer "accept any money from lobbyists," the campaign said Friday.
The Giffords Law Center says the NRA illegally coordinated campaign spending with Republicans and the FEC failed to act on it.
Steve Elmendorf, a high-profile lobbyist, is hosting a fundraiser for him next month.
One Twitter user told the president's son: "You were vindicated because they determined you were too stupid to know what’s going on."
Iowa state Rep. Randy Feenstra is reeling in campaign donations while King is spending more than he raised.
And four other takeaways from the 2020 Democratic primary's first-quarter numbers.