Billionaire environmentalist Tom Steyer said on Tuesday that he’s not particularly concerned about Hillary Clinton’s stance on the Keystone XL pipeline, the project that served as a litmus test for his extensive financial support during the midterm elections.
A fundraiser headlined by Hillary Clinton for the Virginia Democratic Party was hailed by party officials as a huge success that brought in more than $1 million, but campaign disclosure forms show that this figure was far from accurate.
A former national security appointee at the State Department, who tried to have reporters arrested and resigned in 2011 after the media questioned his lack of foreign policy credentials and large donations to Democrats, is hosting a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton at his home on Tuesday.
A proposed civil settlement by gay activist and Obama bundler Terry Bean that would have cleared Bean of criminal charges for an alleged sexual encounter with a 15-year-old boy was rejected by a Eugene, Oregon judge, according to Oregon Live.
Hillary Clinton is the presidential candidate of choice for Planned Parenthood employees, according to campaign financial records released Wednesday.
A super PAC has launched with hopes of protecting a high-dollar Democratic donor and Florida doctor accused of Medicare fraud.
Six major players working Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign have at some point worked as registered lobbyists, Mother Jones reported.
The husband of Illinois Democratic Rep. Jan Schakowsky, Robert Creamer, who committed $2.3 million in bank fraud in the 1990s, is currently leading the anti-conservative Americans United For Change, the Illinois Review reported.
Tom Steyer, the billionaire Democratic donor, provided a seven-figure cash infusion for his super PAC in late May, kicking off what will likely be an expensive election cycle for the group.
At the center of Hillary Clinton’s fundraising trip through Massachusetts is a Thursday evening visit to longtime Clinton donors Elaine and Gerald Schuster.