Tammy Baldwin

Tammy Baldwin Surpasses $200,000 in Bundled Contributions From D.C. Lobbyists

Baldwin, who has pushed to limit special interests, received a majority from J Street PAC

Democratic senator Tammy Baldwin (Wis.), who has pushed to limit the influence of special interests during her first term in the Senate, has raked in more than $200,000 in bundled contributions this cycle from lobbyists at two far-left organizations, filings show.

Tammy Baldwin’s Campaign Fueled by Out-of-State Donors

60 percent of donations are from outside Wis. despite Baldwin fundraising off opposing out-of-state cash

Tammy BaldwinMillions of dollars are flowing into Sen. Tammy Baldwin's (D., Wis.) campaign coffers from outside her home state despite the senator's campaign fundraising off out-of-state money from deep-pocketed Republican donors against her in nearly every one of its fundraising emails.

Tammy Baldwin Takes Another $50,000 From J Street Lobbyists

Baldwin's campaign has now accepted $170,000 in bundled contributions from lobbyists despite anti-special-interests stance

Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D., Wisc.) has accepted another $50,000 in bundled contributions from lobbyists at the J Street PAC despite her anti-special-interests stance, filings show.

Baldwin Took $120K From Lobbyists Despite Anti-Special Interest Stance

Individuals at J Street PAC, League of Conservation Voters round up generous contributions for Baldwin's campaign

Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D., Wis.) has accepted more than $120,000 in bundled lobbyist contributions this election cycle despite wanting to amend the Constitution to limit the influence of special interests, filings show.

Tammy Baldwin Has Not Vowed to Decline Corporate PAC Donations

Gillibrand and Booker recently vowed not to accept contributions from corporate PACs

Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D., Wis.) has not pledged to deny contributions from the political action committees of corporations, trade associations, law firms, LLCs, and LLPs despite being endorsed by the End Citizens United PAC, which is pushing for Democratic politicians to not accept contributions from the sectors.