In September, the super PAC of right-wing political group Club for Growth poured hundreds of thousands of dollars into Republican nominee Lauren Boebert’s race for Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District.
QAnon supporter Marjorie Taylor Greene and other extremist candidates find growing support from the GOP and corporate executives.
Koch’s Americans for Prosperity Action is spending millions on TV and digital ads that claim vulnerable GOP senators are fighting for better health care. Their records indicate otherwise.
The Republican Party and numerous allied groups are taking an “all-of-the-above” approach to restrict voting as much as they possibly can in this year’s November elections.
Bankrolled by anti-labor billionaires, the Job Creators Network is using its push for schools to reopen quickly as a wedge issue to attack teachers unions.
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.
The Chinese-owned company made its first-ever political donation on June 30 to the Republican Attorneys General Association, followed by a donation to the group’s Democratic counterpart.
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.
The corporate lobby group has reentered the culture wars by siding with Trump on race issues eight years after retreating because of public backlash against its “Stand Your Ground” and voter ID bills.
A number of Koch-linked nonprofits that advocated against federal aid to states and cities facing crushing coronavirus budget deficits received up to $5.4 million in forgivable Paycheck Protection Program loans; additional anti-government spending groups took millions more.