Liberal billionaire George Soros has quietly flooded cash into local district attorney races across numerous states in recent years, notching yet another victory Tuesday in Philadelphia.
Embattled Democratic Sen. Robert Menendez paid his chief of staff thousands of dollars from his campaign funds for “consulting” work during the third quarter, Federal Election Commission records shows.
Marc Elias, Hillary Clinton’s former top campaign lawyer who is considered the “go-to fixer” for Democrats, and John Podesta, Clinton’s former campaign manager, are quietly involved with a low-profile organization that uses litigation to take on the Trump administration and government agencies.
Liberal billionaire George Soros is a major funder of a Latino activist group that produced an ad in Virginia depicting a supporter of Republican gubernatorial candidate Ed Gillespie running down minority children in a truck, which was pulled following the New York City terror attack that left eight people dead.
A watchdog group has filed a complaint against a Democratic challenger of House Speaker Paul Ryan (R., Wis.) for failing to file a financial disclosure form within thirty days of announcing his candidacy and raising $5,000, as required by federal law.
A Democratic candidate for governor in Wisconsin, one of the biggest critics of a deal bringing thousands of jobs to the state, only sought information on the “risks” of the deal before coming out in opposition, documents obtained by the Washington Free Beacon show.
Apple CEO Tim Cook, who just last month explained why companies should get involved in politics, claimed that his company “stays out of politics” despite his interjection on a number of political issues against President Donald Trump since he became president.
Former President Obama’s Department of Justice sought to route settlement money to organizations of their “choosing” while seeking to exclude conservative groups, documents obtained by the Washington Free Beacon show.
A number of longtime aides to failed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton are still being paid from her campaign committee nearly one year after her defeat, Federal Election Commission filings show.
Sen. Kamala Harris (D., Calif.) more than doubled her spending in the third quarter on an online media firm that played a major part in boosting the national profile of Sen. Bernie Sanders (D., Vt.) during his run for the Democratic presidential primary, Federal Election Commission filings show.