The first national political figure I ever interviewed was the late Elizabeth Edwards, then-wife of now-disgraced Senator John Edwards (D., N.C.), shortly before he announced his failed candidacy for president in 2007. She visited one of my small journalism classes at UNC-Chapel Hill and took questions from students.
The only known “faithless” presidential electors to not vote for the candidate who won their states have so far been Democrats refusing to support 2016 Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
Disgraced former Democratic senator John Edwards will address personal injury lawyers at the annual PMP Marketing client retreat in Orlando, Fla., in a rare public appearance for the former vice presidential nominee.
Disgraced former presidential candidate John Edwards still owes more than $332,000 in campaign debt, according to filings released today.
The Democratic Party has repeatedly claimed that the GOP is waging a “war on women”—but given their party’s own troubles with the fairer sex, it’s fair to ask whether they are engaged in a battle of their own.
Common Cause—a nonprofit campaign finance and government reform organization whose stated goal is to “curb the excessive influence” of money and lobbying on government—is one of several organizations participating in a Wednesday protest against the conservative super PAC American Crossroads.
A White House deputy communications director is set to take the stand today in the trial of disgraced former presidential candidate John Edwards.
The self-described nonpartisan “citizens lobbying organization” Common Cause is a major opponent of the culture of corporate influence and lobbying in American politics, but some of its donors are culled from the very ranks of those it rails against.