The Republican National Committee is betting on the U.S. Supreme Court to recoup the losses seen in the 2012 election cycle.
FEC Concludes Corporations And Unions May Force Workers To Campaign For Political Candidates Of Their Choice
Employers may now add off-hour canvassing, sign waving, and phone banking to your job description.
by Lynnrockets •
Rep Vern Buchanan of Florida’s 13th District is under investigation for money laundering. With his history of financial misconduct, including a multi-million dollar fine for defrauding stockholders, things are looking grim for this 2-term Congressman.
by Wendy Gittleson •
A new ruling by the Federal Election Commission will open another avenue for small donors, cell phones.
Cain Campaign Claims $9 Million In Contributions During October, But Has Anyone Independently Verified That?
by The Pardu •
If audit verification of contribution claims is not required, it is possible to use misleading information to deflect setbacks in a campaign. The campaign is suffering from the ugly prospect of a tarnished candidate who has had past issues with sexual harassment.
by Clint Hulsey •
In the first 6 months of 2011, Super-PACs have raised 26 million dollars. Super-PACs are political action committees with slightly different rules, the most well-known being that Super-PACs can take in unlimited corporate or union donations anonymously. However, unlike traditional PACs, candidates cannot be directly connected to them.