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.
Despite winning tens of thousands of small contributors, pro-Hillary Clinton super PAC Ready for Hillary is already in debt.
Pro-Clinton Super PAC Ready for Hillary will need to walk a delicate legal tightrope in the coming months as it prepares to transfer some of its most valuable resources to Hillary Clinton’s almost-certain presidential campaign, campaign finance experts tell the Washington Free Beacon.
Seven labor unions have given more money to super PACs than the Koch Brothers.
The National Education Association, the largest teachers union in the country, has spent more than $22 million on super PACs in the midterm elections, according to the Center for Responsive Politics. The NEA trails only radical environmentalist billionaire Tom Steyer in terms of super PAC donations, according to the Huffington Post.
A Super PAC run by former aides to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D., Nev.) is running a radio ad in North Carolina that accuses GOP Senate candidate Thom Tillis of helping to “cause the shooting death of Trayvon Martin,” the Florida teenager who was killed under controversial circumstances in early 2012.
Liberal billionaires are leaving conservatives in the dust when it comes to Super PAC spending during the 2014 election cycle, according to an analysis by the Sunlight Foundation.
The Democratic Party’s top super PAC disclosed more than $9.2 million in September contributions on Monday, listing a who’s who of wealthy liberal donors, many associated with the secretive Democracy Alliance donor network.
Sen. Mark Warner (D., Va.) decried the influence of outside money in Virginia’s Senate race this week just a day before attending two fundraisers to solicit outside donations.