Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaign has received more than $4 million in bundled lobbyist contributions from those who lobby on behalf of industries she claims to be her “enemies,” according to FEC documents.
Democratic operative David Brock continues to draw a salary from a group legally prohibited from coordinating with Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign even as he runs a group that is working directly with her campaign to fend off Clinton’s many critics.
An architecture firm paid a $34,800 fine in 2010 to settle allegations of illegal campaign contributions involving Sen. Harry Reid (D., Nev.), according to documents recently made public by the Federal Election Commission.
The Soros family and Hollywood bigwigs are among the latest individuals to pump tens of thousands of dollars into the Wisconsin Senate campaign of Democratic hopeful Russ Feingold.
Former Sen. Russ Feingold (D., Wis.) was hit with the worst possible rating from PolitiFact over his change of tune when it comes to campaign contributions.
Hillary Clinton has said she wants to be a champion for “everyday Americans” since the launch of her presidential campaign. However, the top ZIP codes supporting her presidential ambitions do not represent a snapshot of everyday America.
Democratic presidential candidate Martin O’Malley is taking aim at rival Hillary Clinton’s legally suspect coordination with a group supporting her candidacy, reviving criticism of an arrangement that experts say pushes the boundaries of campaign finance law.