Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D., Mass.) reelection campaign is making large sums of money from selling merchandise online, much of which features the phrase, “Nevertheless, she persisted.”
A video promoting New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s (D.) immigration policies claimed to have no affiliation with the governor, but government watchdogs found otherwise.
The Republican National Committee announced on Thursday that it hauled in a record amount of campaign donations in the month of June.
Nearly four out of every five dollars that Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren (D.) reported last quarter came from donors outside of her home state, according to a recently filed campaign fundraising report.
Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris (Calif.) has paid the online media firm that helped propel Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders during his dark horse run for the 2016 Democratic primary more than $400,000 this year, filings show.
Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters (Calif.), who has been considered a leader of the movement within Congress to “resist” Donald Trump, has received a little more than $20,000 in individual contributions to her campaign so far this year despite her elevated profile.
Democratic Rep. William Lacy Clay (Mo.) has paid a law firm owned by his sister more than $80,000 from his campaign funds so far this year, newly released campaign finance records show.
Alexander Soros, the son of liberal billionaire George Soros who acts as the managing partner of Soros Brothers Investments, gave $33,900 to the Democratic National Committee, according to Federal Election Commission records.
Democrats have blown through $35 million on special elections since President Donald Trump took office and do not have a single victory to show for it.
More than $40 million in total campaign and independent expenditures has been spent in the record-breaking special election in Georgia, according to Federal Election Commission filings.