Donald Trump disavowed every Super PAC supporting his candidacy last week, but one such group, currently in its planning stages and backed by a partial owner of casinos bearing the real estate magnate’s name, could test his aversion to the groups.
A leading Democratic super PAC says it will no longer employ lobbyists in the wake of a scandal involving contributions to the group, but one of the executives who announced the move directs a politically connected nonprofit whose corporate supporters have landed billions in federal subsidies.
Grandmother and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton praised Walmart, the world’s largest retailer, for its decision to ban the sale of Confederate flag merchandise.
Stop Hillary PAC on Tuesday responded to federal regulators’ attempts to force the group to change its name with a simple declaration: “No.”
The family money that fueled Rep. Patrick Murphy (D., Fla.) in former campaigns and is responsible for his personal wealth is flowing into his Senate campaign early and often, according to his most recent campaign disclosure filing.
The most recent operative of Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D.) to join Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign was at the helm of a political action committee that offered access to McAuliffe in exchange for cash.
The Stop Hillary PAC launched a site Friday featuring Clinton-themed Valentine’s cards to send to “a friend and remind them how awful Hillary Clinton is.” For every Valentine sent, the PAC will send Hillary one as well.
The Conservative Action Fund launched a petition against potential presidential candidate Mitt Romney in an email Wednesday.