The PAC of billionaire activist Tom Steyer will begin running highly targeted ads in a single television market aimed at a single congressman all in the hopes of pressuring that lawmaker to issue a subpoena for President Trump’s tax returns.
Many of the Democrats mulling a presidential bid have been able to rely on the same major donors to bankroll their past campaigns, but most donors aren’t yet ready to get behind a favorite candidate.
When billionaire Tom Steyer launched Need to Impeach in October 2017, he didn’t know he would end up devoting 100 percent of his time to advocating for President Donald Trump’s removal from office.
Several Democrats railed against dark money groups during the 2018 midterm elections, but a new report shows that liberal groups outspent conservative groups, spending more than half of the $150 million that went towards bankrolling House, Senate, and statewide campaigns.
The push by California billionaire Tom Steyer to impeach President Trump is shifting gears, moving some of the focus away from pressuring members of the House of Representatives, and is now hoping to gain commitments to impeachment from every Democrat running for president.
Democrats appear ready to weave universal pre-kindergarten into their pitch for winning back working-class voters, with the 2020 campaign just underway.
ANKENY, Iowa—While discussing his ongoing efforts to see impeachment proceedings begin, billionaire political activist Tom Steyer told a crowd that his recent trip to the Nazi death camp of Auschwitz taught him a lesson about the meaning and purpose of political battles.
DES MOINES, Iowa – California billionaire and political activist Tom Steyer will not enter the already crowded field of Democrats seeking their party’s nomination for the 2020 presidential contest, according to a report by the New York Times.