The mass defection of union members to the Trump campaign over the objections of labor leaders does not appear to have shifted campaign behavior in the midterms.
The $12.4 million fundraising haul brought in by Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D., N.D.) in the aftermath of her vote against Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh was due to a flood of out-of-state contributions.
Liberal dark money has poured into states with competitive Senate races this election cycle despite Democrats repeatedly chastising dark money from Republicans in past election cycles.
One of the country’s leading gun-control political action committees revealed which Republican-held seats they are targeting in the lead up to the midterm elections.
A new Republican women’s group who is “fed up with Trump” and pouring cash into toss-up congressional districts is bankrolled solely by a male billionaire venture capitalist who is a major donor to Democratic campaigns and causes, Federal Election Commission filings show.
The House Majority PAC, a federal political action committee closely tied to Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.), recently sent funds to a political action committee that is primarily backed by liberal billionaire George Soros and was created as part of a campaign to push infrequent voters to the polls this November.
A political donor to Arizona Democrat David Garcia was charged with felony sexual abuse and misdemeanor assault of a woman, according to arrest records.
Tom Steyer’s NextGen America PAC and some of its state-based affiliates have successfully registered at least 230,000 new voters in 10 different states, but appear to have had their largest success in the swing state of Florida, according to a state-by-state statistical breakdown NextGen posted online.
Alexander Soros, the son of liberal billionaire George Soros, has given nearly $3 million to Democratic committees this election cycle for the midterm elections, Federal Election Commission filings show.
Colin Allred, the Democratic nominee for Texas’ 32nd Congressional District, promised in his latest ad not to be a “party-line politician,” despite accepting political contributions from House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) and her political action committee.