The main super PAC backing her bid for the Democratic presidential nomination accepted a $1 million contribution that cannot be traced.
Some checks flowed in as late as April, although a Dayton political adviser said it was a matter of money being collected months after it was pledged.
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In the Supreme Court races, the incumbents had sizeable fundraising leads over their challengers.
The most recent round of fundraising disclosures finds the top-tier field picking up where they left off earlier this summer, which means each of the four GOP entrants is well behind Dayton’s strength in monetary terms
Maybe the problem isn’t that people want to put money into politics; maybe the real problem is that it pays to put a lot of money into politics.
A new crop of conservative fundraising organizations have appeared over the last 18 months to build on existing mainstay groups geared up help candidates and causes.
About half of state’s congressional districts await competitive primary or general election battles.
A total of 22 legislative candidates and two candidates for constitutional office have failed to file campaign disclosure statements by the required deadline.
The DFL leads in party fundraising, but the conservative spending outlook is obscured by a big field of candidates for governor.
When the Roberts Supreme Court strikes down the last remaining Watergate-era campaign finance laws, the question will be: Who is to blame?
There are three big winners from the recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions that Sen. John McCain says might “dismantle entirely” campaign-finance laws: wealthy interests, greedy politicians and investigative journalists.
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