Sen. Jon Tester (D., Mont.) has decried dark money in politics and castigated Republicans for benefitting from spending by outside groups, but his reelection campaign is benefitting from such a group reserving $1.3 million to slam his Republican opponent, Matt Rosendale, according to a source who tracks political advertising.
Red and Gold, a mysterious super PAC that opposed Rep. Martha McSally (R., Ariz.) during her Senate primary in August, was funded almost entirely by the Senate Majority PAC, a super PAC aligned with Senate Democrats.
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.
The Congressional Leadership Fund (CLF) raised a whopping $51 million in the second quarter of 2018, breaking its own past records.
Progressives in California this week intensified their efforts to unseat incumbent Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein, linking her to President Donald Trump and deriding her for not behaving “like a Democrat.”
A political action committee affiliated with Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R., Wis.) is investing heavily in media and early voter engagement, working to ensure that the Republican Party performs well in the first mid-term election of Donald Trump’s presidency.
A political action committee linked to Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R., Wis.) announced Wednesday that it broke its own fundraising record in the first quarter of 2018, as this year’s midterm elections draw closer.
A political action committee linked to House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) caved to national pressure to “wash their hands” of dirty money and return a $10,000 contribution from a founder of Backpage.com, a website that has been linked to facilitating sex trafficking and underage prostitution.
American Bridge, a liberal super PAC founded by left-wing operative and longtime Clinton ally David Brock, spent $200,000 to bring forward accusations of sexual misconduct against then-presidential candidate Donald Trump before Election Day in 2016, but the group never disclosed the payment on its 2016 tax returns, according to a new report.