While super PACs and superdelegates have been the focus of the public’s attention and frustration, an overlooked narrative is how eager people—especially the young—experience and participate in the political process in nontraditional ways.
Samantha Bee Proves Even Super PAC Donors Are Sick of This Messed-Up Campaign Finance System (Video)
In a comical interview with a real-life Republican Super PAC donor, the "Full Frontal" host highlights how dysfunctional our democracy has become.
The hit piece was primarily written by a corporate lobbyist and edited by Correct the Record, one of several pro-Clinton Super PACs.
Even if Donald Trump is correct in his unproven charge that a super PAC obtained a racy photo of his wife, Melania, from the Ted Cruz campaign, it’s doubtful the Federal Election Commission would do anything about it.
More than $4 million from donors who by law can remain anonymous has been channeled to efforts to elect White House hopefuls like Marco Rubio and Hillary Clinton.
An overwhelmingly older, white and male group of Americans who made fortunes in finance and energy gave $176 million to mostly Republican presidential candidates in the early months of the race.
In a post-Citizens United world, the growing influence of lavishly paid fundraisers like Mary Pat Bonner has angered donors to both Democrats and Republicans.
With this year's elections just two weeks away, ProPublica has rounded up some of the best investigative reporting on campaign finance.
In an address to the US Senate this week, Vermont independent Bernie Sanders testified to the basics of wealth inequality and described how it distorts the U political process His speech contains vital statistics for your reference Senate this week, Vermont independent Bernie Sanders gave us basic and vital statistics on wealth inequality in the United States.
Politics, 79-year-old casino mogul Sheldon Adelson told The Wall Street Journal, is like poker: "I don't cry when I lose. There's always a new hand coming up." He said he could double his 2012 giving in future elections. "I'll spend that much and more," he said. "Let's cut any ambiguity."