Obama glad-handed with about 120 donors, including basketball stars Michael Jordan and Carmelo Anthony on Wednesday.
Vice President Joe Biden received at least $500 in campaign donations during his 2007 bid for the White House from a New York-based “whipping aficionado” who is a regular on the sexual domination circuit.
A recent addition to President Obama’s list of campaign bundlers is the billionaire president of one of the largest private equity firms in the world.
IRS employees overwhelmingly back President Barack Obama, according to campaign donations tracked by National Review.
A host of progressive organizations have led an intense campaign to destroy the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) for more than a year, not only through legal challenges but also through public shaming campaigns against corporations and state legislators connected to the group.
GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s campaign hit back at President Barack Obama with a new TV spot hitting the president’s cozy relationship with donors.
The Senate is scheduled to vote today on a new version of the DISCLOSE Act, a controversial bill requiring more disclosure of political activity.
The most telling moment of the campaign this week was not Mitt Romney or Joe Biden’s speech to the NAACP convention, but President Obama’s Tuesday appearance in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Political spending by labor unions exceeds their direct campaign contributions by a factor of four, according to the Wall Street Journal—vastly more than generally assumed.
Wall Street professionals do not seem to be taking President Obama’s criticisms of their industries to heart, at least when it comes to fundraising.