Big Business is poised to crush its opposition at the ballot box this November.
I'm not referring to the presidential race or congressional contests. I'm referring to state ballot initiatives and referenda - the democratic institutions by which citizens in many states have a direct vote state law.
In a new Public Citizen report, "Big Business Ballot Bullies," we examined eight 2016 races where corporations have already spent nearly $140 million.
If you were an exec at a big corporation that mass-produces food or farm chemicals, who would you rather see prevail in November's presidential election? To get an idea of where Big Food and Ag stand on the 2016 race, I dug into the...
You'd think that while Democrats were emptying their coffers fighting in a crowded primary, the lone Republican in the 1st Congressional District race would be busy building up his campaign war chest for November. But according to J...
Many prominent figures in the Democratic Party seem to prefer to avoid a hard-fought, contested primary in the 2016 presidential race, with the party instead coalescing behind Hillary Clinton and building a formidable war chest.