Liberal Super PACs spent roughly $200 million during the 2012 election cycle on behalf of Democratic President Barack Obama’s reelection effort.
Members of the secretive, liberal network of dark money donors known as the Democracy Alliance gave Obama’s Super PAC, Priorities USA, a major cash injection in the first half of October. According to the group’s pre-general FEC report, George Soros contributed $1 million, Chris Findlater gave $30,000, and Vin Ryan donated $100,000.
When historians look back at the presidency of Barack Obama, they will not begin with his campaign announcement in May 2007. They will not start with his election to the Senate in 2004 or with his celebrated speech to the Democratic National Convention that year. Instead, these historians will identify the beginning of the Obama phenomenon in the antiwar speech he delivered in Chicago, on Oct. 2, 2002.
Obama’s beach bundler, Marjorie Rawls Roberts, has donated to the Obama-affiliated Super PAC, Priorities USA, according to the pre-general filing with the FEC. Roberts has contributed at least $250 to the group that has suggested Mitt Romney was responsible for a woman’s death from cancer.
Democratic Super PAC Patriot Majority USA has released an inflammatory new ad that labels Mitt Romney a traitor, according to Politico.
Last month, Obama for America borrowed $15 million from Warren Buffett’s Bank of America, as reported by the Washington Free Beacon. Buffett, however, is not the only connection between Obama and Bank of America.
Claims that most of President Barack Obama’s campaign money comes mostly from small donors are simply untrue.
A new Obama campaign attack ad running in Ohio employs a controversial code phrase in an effort smear the president’s Republican challenger.
The President’s administration is not providing the legally mandated reports on the stimulus money, The Weekly Standard has reported.