Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) was scolded on Fox News for hawking his own website to raise money for Republicans in Georgia’s Senate runoff.
As the 2020 presidential campaign winds down, Joe Biden is consistently outraising President Donald Trump, in part thanks to attorneys at Trump-tied law firms.
The president is asking for big donations after Joe Biden pulled in $280 million in small donations in the third quarter ― $64 million more than Trump.
Party officials warn that grassroots fundraising by Democrats may be swamped by big checks collected by Mitch McConnell allies.
Trump is hosting a $100,000-per-couple fundraiser at his Doral golf course Thursday, letting him divert some donors' money back into his own pocket.
The haul, boosted by the pick of Sen. Kamala Harris as his running mate, is the largest in political fundraising history by a big margin.
Five years after claiming he didn’t want rich donors’ money, the president and the GOP have collected hundreds of millions of dollars from them.
The green wave that helped Democrats win the House in 2018 is turning into a tsunami.
The progressive taking on Rep. Lacy Clay in the Democratic primary improved her cash haul despite two hospitalizations for COVID-19.
"That’s insane. They’re burning huge bonfires of money *and* falling further behind," one Twitter user said.