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Weakened campaign finance laws mean that the former candidate has few limits on how he can help his erstwhile opponent.
Warren wants her super PAC to disclose its donors before Super Tuesday. The group says that’s not happening.
Warren's and Klobuchar’s acceptance of outside funding was the last domino to fall.
After criticizing the influence of super PACs, the Massachusetts senator did not ask Persist PAC to back down from its pricey ad buys in support of her.
VoteVets has bought up television advertising in Nevada.
The former presidential candidate announced a new political action committee meant to help Democrats take control of the Texas House.
The New Jersey senator has publicly disavowed support from super PACs.
The committee spent less than 10% of its funds supporting Democratic candidates.
The Iowa Republican has less than $19,000 in reported cash on hand.
Rep. Grace Meng (D-N.Y.) heads the group of Asian American and Pacific Islander lawmakers making the request.
The former White House communications director is forming a PAC to run ads against the president's reelection.
"Hi, Aiden! Hi, Charlotte!" ... Can I call ― I’ll call you back, OK?" Clinton told her grandkids.
Watchdog organization warns that unlawful foreign money in the American election process is often hidden.
“Even worse than super PACs themselves are single-candidate super PACs,” End Citizens United wrote in light of the Washington governor's presidential bid.
A prominent Democratic donor is launching a super PAC supporting Booker’s presidential bid.
Self-funders and super PACs will have to justify themselves to progressives.
Courting Democrats and veteran journalists is part of their strategy.
The first-term House member from Seattle wants to help congressional candidates who support the progressive health care policy.
Super PACs That Meddled In West Virginia’s Senate Primary Didn’t Receive A Penny From West Virginians
The outside groups can spend big to alter election outcomes, but don't have to disclose donors until after the voting.
John Bolton's super PAC has paid the political firm more than a million dollars since 2014.