Democratic senator Bill Nelson (Fla.) has been avoiding common campaign expenses such as paying payroll tax and providing benefits such as health insurance by staffing his reelection effort solely through contractors, a rarely used and frowned-upon tactic.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee promptly deleted a tweet on Thursday attacking a Republican congressman’s “cult-like fixation on marijuana” after a Los Angeles Times op-ed scolded the DCCC for launching its attack when Democrats “broadly support marijuana legalization.”
The Congressional Leadership Fund (CLF) raised a whopping $51 million in the second quarter of 2018, breaking its own past records.
Former president Barack Obama, who has maintained a low profile since leaving the White House, reemerged in a new video to garner support for a redistricting group led by former attorney general Eric Holder that is targeting Republican politicians in a dozen states across the country.
Former Arizona secretary of state Ken Bennett, who is mounting a challenge to incumbent governor Doug Ducey in the Republican gubernatorial primary this year, has attempted to paint himself as the sole fiscal conservative in the race, despite a record to the contrary.
House Republicans released their new “Better Off Now” campaign message ahead of the 2018 midterm elections.
The Ohio Democratic Party (ODP) refuses to return or donate campaign donations tied to the now-defunct Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow (ECOT).
More than half of voters oppose abolishing ICE, while just a quarter support abolition, a new poll found.
Tedra Cobb, the Democratic candidate in New York’s 21st Congressional District, told a group of teenage supporters that she supports a ban on certain firearms but won’t say so publicly for fear of losing her election.