Ann Ravel, former chair and current member of the Federal Election Commission, appeared at the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation Conference in Ottawa last October and said that the United States political system only benefits wealthy white men as seen in a video uploaded earlier this month.
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.
Stop Hillary PAC on Tuesday responded to federal regulators’ attempts to force the group to change its name with a simple declaration: “No.”
A conservative watchdog group is asking the Federal Election Commission to investigate whether Hillary Clinton broke the law by conducting campaign activities before declaring her candidacy, according to a complaint filed on Thursday.
An anti-Hillary Clinton PAC filed a lawsuit on Thursday to compel the Federal Election Commission to determine whether the pro-Clinton Super PAC Ready for Hillary is violating campaign finance laws.
The unprecedented lengths of some U.S. Senate candidates’ quarterly reports to the Federal Election Commission are preventing the commission from making campaign finance data publicly available, it said this week.
The Student Affairs office at Stony Brook University is in hot water after sending an email to the entire student body promoting a rally for congressional candidate Tim Bishop.
The vice chairwoman of the Federal Election Commission (FEC), who once falsely accused the Koch brothers of campaign finance disclosure violations, will testify on Wednesday before a congressional hearing about anonymous campaign donations.
The Federal Election Commission (FEC) has some questions for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D., Nev.) concerning his campaign’s purchase of more than $16,000 in “holiday gifts” for donors. It turns out that the gifts were purchased from a jewelry vendor in Berkeley, Calif., who just happens to be Reid’s granddaughter, Ryan Elisabeth Reid, although …