outside spending

For Our Future spent $3.8 million supporting or opposing a number of federal candidates between July and September, concentrating
Another hot spot this cycle: Ohio's 8th Congressional District, site of a similarly intense Republican primary competition
If Clinton was bought by investment bankers, hedge fund managers and the like, we'd expect to see them donating in large numbers to her campaign committee; even though individual contributions to that account are limited to $2,700 for the primary and another $2,700 for the general election, they are a good measure of which parts of the economy are really drawn to a candidate.
It doesn't really matter if a super PAC violated the technical definition of coordination. Contributions to super PACs set up by the candidates' allies are effectively the same as contributions to candidates, which is why they are just as likely to be corrupting.
Clever, clever. We could expand on this by saying that the 2014 midterms will be the election where "nobody learns and nobody
After the 2010 Citizens United U.S. Supreme Court decision, the Realtors association began charging its members a $1 fee
California officials have widened an investigation into the source of $11 million that was mysteriously funneled by a few nonprofit groups in 2012. Joining the conversation is HuffPost Senior Political Economy Reporter Zach Carter.
In its reports to the state, the PAC revealed only that the funds had arrived in mid-October from Americans for Responsible
Robert Weissman is president of Public Citizen. All of which presents a simple choice: Accept the further debasement of our