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DNC Raises $9M In April, Cuts Debt To New LowThe Democratic National Committee says it raised $8.9 million last month and has cut its debt to a new low this election cycle.
McAuliffe Paid GOP Operative $140K for ConsultingBoyd Marcus shocked Virginia's political class last year by endorsing McAuliffe.
IRS Replaces Lerner Amid Tea Party Controversy A day after she refused to answer questions at a congressional hearing, Lois Lerner was replaced Thursday as director of the Internal Revenue Service division that oversaw agents who targeted tea party groups.
NRA Fundraising Largely Increases In Months Since Newtown ShootingsThe National Rifle Association has seen a massive increase in fundraising in the months since the shootings in Newtown, Conn., which prompted a nationwide debate on gun control.
Supreme Court Won't Hear Anti-Abortion Group's Campaign Finance ArgumentsThe Supreme Court will not hear an appeal from an anti-abortion group that wanted to be exempted from campaign finance disclosure regulations.
Study: 10 Percent Of Campaign Donations Sent Via Text, Favors DemsA new study finds that text donations are already becoming a prominent factor in political fundraising, with 10 percent of presidential campaign donors sending over money via cell phone.
Massachusetts PAC Misspells Its Own NameMassachusetts Forward, a Super PAC, misspelled its Massachusetts in its Federal Election Commission filings.
Romney Fundraisers Pulling In Millions For CampaignA review by The Associated Press of campaign records and other documents reveals hints about the vast national network of business leaders bringing in millions to elect Romney.
Karl Rove's Super PAC Putting Millions Behind Romney's CampaignIn an indication the GOP establishment may be starting to coalesce behind him, major contributors to a key Republican political organization founded by political strategist Karl Rove have boosted their financial support for front-runner Mitt Romney.
Most Of Romney's Top Fundraisers Remain Anonymous Despite criticism of Fannie Mae by Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, his campaign accepted nearly $280,000 in donations raised by a registered lobbyist who once represented the government mortgage giant and whose clients now include a private equity firm and the drug company Pfizer.