New reports from the Center for Media and Democracy/PRwatch.org on the John Doe criminal probe.
A CMD analysis of campaign finance data has found that just 44 individuals, couples, families, or corporations have poured more than $230 million into conservative super PACs in the 2020 cycle, nearly 60 percent of the total amount they raised.
As President Trump makes false claims about mail-in ballot fraud, one of his campaign's megadonors has been installed at the helm of a financially ravaged Postal Service that will make or break the 2020 general elections.
Federal lawmakers are petitioning the Supreme Court to review a lawsuit challenging SpeechNow.org v. Federal Election Commission, the 2010 appeals court ruling that created super PACs
Club for Growth Action is running an ad accusing the Democratic Party and billionaire donors of rigging the presidential primary for Joe Biden.
Biden and Warren have both benefited from a combined $24 million worth of spending by independent groups, while pro-Sanders groups have spent only $1.2 million.
Fossil fuels companies and executives have contributed $18.8 million so far, with Koch Industries leading the pack.
Over the last decade, the deep-pocketed former Republican used his wealth to help give control of the Senate to Republicans.
The recent donation is one of many contributions that GEO Group has made via its subsidiaries, potentially skirting federal campaign finance rules.
GOP megadonors helped Justice Kelly raised $800,000 in 2019, more than double his nearest challenger.