Priorities USA Action is under fire for its disappointing fundraising totals. Wait ‘til people see how they spent the Hillary-friendly operation spent what money they managed to bring in.
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“For three election cycles, American Crossroads, the brainchild of Karl Rove and other leading Republican strategists, has been among the most powerful forces in national politics, a shadow party that has spent hundreds of millions of dollars on advertising, data [...]
The “super PAC,” a brainchild of Karl Rove and other leading Republican strategists, has been buffeted by a rapidly-changing political landscape.
Guy Cecil, who also worked on Hillary’s 2008 presidential campaign, will probably head the pro-Hillary Clinton Priorities USA Action. He also donated up to $50,000 to the Clinton Foundation. Blurred lines.
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Even as she denounces super PACs, she’s counting on two of them, Priorities USA Action and Correct the Record, to support her candidacy — a necessary evil, her campaign says. She’s also chin-deep in questionable financial activities, ranging from the soft-money scandals of her husband’s presidency to the current flap over contributions by foreigners and [...]Show More Summary
“The super PAC supporting Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid is struggling to raise money and now expects to collect only about $15 million through the end of June,” the Wall Street Journal reports. “The group, Priorities USA Action, is shaking up [...]
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According to the New York Times' Maggie Haberman, Media Matters founder David Brock is set to rejoin the Hillary Clinton Super PAC Priorities USA, just months after he left in an acrimonious split with the group.
A super PAC backing Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) is enticing donors with rewards of conference calls and private dinners in exchange for six- and seven-figure gifts. Unintimidated PAC, the group supporting Walker as he mulls a 2016 presidential run, has put together a menu of perks for high level donors who give between $1 million and $250,000. Show More Summary
The move comes as Clinton ally Guy Cecil prepares to assume a top role at Priorities USA Action.
The head of Emily's List will be taking over the super PAC supporting Hillary Rodham Clinton's presidential bid in a major shakeup of the group.
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Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel: What does a million-dollar political donor get for his or her money these days? The answer is spelled out in great detail in a handout from the super PAC supporting Republican Gov. Scott Walker’s potential presidential bid. Among … Continue reading ?
When Michael Lynton, chairman and chief executive of Sony Pictures Entertainment, sat down for lunch last July with L.A. County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, each wanted something.
Doug Hughes does not have a Super PAC. A Super PAC, created in the wake of the 2010 Supreme Court decision Citizens United vs. FEC, is a campaign expenditure entity that has no limits to how much money it can spend in an election orShow More Summary
Want to attend swanky retreats, private dinners and exclusive briefings about Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s nascent presidential campaign? Just give $1 million to the super PAC backing him.
Republicans keep trying to make a big deal over donations to the Clinton Foundation and even the existence of a pro-Hillary Clinton super PAC, even as their own campaigns are fueled overwhelmingly by outside money. Huffington Post'sShow More Summary
Two donor retreats, a dedicated staff contact, VIP dinners -- and a pin.