Republican super PACs are attacking Democratic Senate challengers over their support for a public health insurance option using talking points from a well-funded healthcare industry group.
Educators have contributed $150 million in the 2020 election cycle—over 90 percent has gone to Democrats.
Deep-pocketed national party committees are transferring millions of dollars to affiliates in crucial swing states that could decide the fate of the 2020 presidential election.
While players protest, NFL team owners are spending their fortunes on political donations totaling $4.2 million so far this election cycle.
Super PACs, political parties and “dark money” nonprofits, among others, have injected over $1 billion into federal races, a record at this point in an election cycle.
The amount of cash Senate super PACs have available on hand is key because, as both parties enter the home stretch of election season, a Democratic retaking of the Senate in November is seen as a possibility.
The top pro-Trump and top pro-Biden super PACs received over $7.5 million combined from dark money affiliates this August.
“Dark money” groups are projected to spend tens of millions of dollars on the battle over Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Supreme Court seat.
TikTok and WeChat narrowly avoided a ban earlier this week by striking a deal with Oracle and Walmart. But it remains unknown if the deal — and the support of lobbyists — will be enough.
Joe Biden has erased President Donald Trump’s once-massive financial advantage that he’d been building up since the early days of his presidency.