Priorities USA is adapting to the new world of political spending by bringing its ad-buying in-house.
The Republican nominee has provided a fair amount of fodder.
The goal: Derail the #TrumpTrain.
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.
"When I saw Donald Trump mock someone with a disability, it showed me his soul, it showed me his heart."
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump has repeatedly trashed super PACs and claimed he would run as a candidate who couldn't be bought. Through the end of April, it looked like no one really wanted to try that anyway.
The first anti-Trump ads from this Clinton super PAC don't hold back.
On the list of the largest U.S. companies by market value, those in the $30 billion to $45 billion range are household names: Capital One Financial, DirecTV, Phillips 66, Yahoo.
"I wish we never had to talk about it, but we have to talk about it."
Federal Election Commission rules allow candidates to speak at events held by super PACs, but they are barred from soliciting
"Our Energy Moment" held its first event in the public square by sponsoring "Energy & the 113th Congress," hosted by Politico
Earlier this month, the group announced an executive leadership team that includes a number of former Obama and Clinton campaign
Priorities USA Action, the super PAC that helped give President Obama air cover during his hard-fought reelection campaign
John Podesta, who served as former President Bill Clinton's chief of staff for three years, will join President Barack Obama's staff as a counselor, The New York Times reported on Monday.