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Ellen DeGeneres, Larry David and Gwyneth Paltrow gave the South Bend, Indiana, mayor thousands of dollars toward his presidential run.
Known for hardline views on immigration, his first name was misspelled in paperwork submitted to the Federal Election Commission.
Warren’s impressive haul is the third largest for the quarter, behind only Pete Buttigieg and Joe Biden.
Andrew Napolitano says the president would be committing a crime if he accepted an offer of dirt on a rival from a foreign power.
Federal Election Commission Chair Ellen Weintraub offered the reminder one day after President Trump said he'd listen to dirt on his 2020 opponents.
The Giffords Law Center says the NRA illegally coordinated campaign spending with Republicans and the FEC failed to act on it.
Many of those contributions came from people who donated less than $200.
The fundraising haul lags behind some other candidates who are also seeking the Democratic presidential nomination.
The California senator said she received about 218,000 individual contributions for her Democratic presidential campaign in the first quarter of 2019.
Watchdog organization warns that unlawful foreign money in the American election process is often hidden.
Ellen Weintraub plans to block lawyers from defending the FEC against suits so courts can compel the agency to enforce the law.
A liberal super PAC has filed a complaint with the FEC alleging that Schultz might be “attempting to exploit” federal election law.
The same media buyers purchased ads to "advance a unified election strategy," according to the filing.
A court order invalidating a rule that kept some election spending secret is going into effect.
The Vermont senator chose not to endorse his son in the competitive Democratic race for an open seat.
Allen gives regularly to both parties, but until recently his donations had swayed towards Democrats.
Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin’s campaign has paid his granddaughter $16,000.
Seven current or former members of President Donald Trump’s Cabinet have spent almost $450,000 in political campaign funds