by Kira Lerner Nov 17, 2014
The NRCC may have shared internal polling data with super PACs through tweets comprised of a series of numbers.
by Kiley Kroh Nov 5, 2014
The oil giant spent upwards of $3 million on mayoral and select city council races, but Richmond voters wholly rejected that effort.
by Kira Lerner Oct 28, 2014
Rick Weiland accused the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee of running attack ads against his Republican opponent Mike Rounds, which he claims have backfired and hurt his own campaign.
by Ian Millhiser Oct 17, 2014
The court's decision highlights just how fully the deck is currently stacked against campaign finance regulation.
by Emily Atkin Sep 25, 2014
Federal Election Commission rules state that corporations can't make their employees donate to specific candidates or parties "as a condition of employment."
by Alan Pyke Sep 23, 2014
Walmart runs a charity for workers in financial hardship. Watchdogs say the way it links that charity to its election fundraising violates federal rules.
by Josh Israel Sep 11, 2014
McCain had previously denounced the ruling as the Supreme Court's "worst decision ever."
by Alan Pyke Aug 25, 2014
A Wisconsin furniture company won a $6 million tax credit that allows it to lay off nearly 2,000 workers. Weeks later its leaders gave to Gov. Scott Walker's (R) campaign.
by Josh Israel Aug 19, 2014
Larry Lessig's Mayday PAC has raised more than $7.8 million in just a few months.
by Josh Israel Jul 31, 2014
A large group, which has received significant funding from the fossil fuel industry and dark money groups backed by petrochemical billionaires Charles and David Koch, will apparently far exceed Coffman's own fundraising totals.