President Barack Obama is stepping away from the heated debate over government funding and his health care law to raise campaign cash for Democrats.
Three years before the next presidential election, several prospective Republican White House contenders are quietly courting senior members of Mitt Romney’s money machine.
The Smithsonian’s Sackler Gallery says more than 600 people have contributed to a crowd-funding campaign to support the first exhibit about the visual history of yoga.
The 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.
According to Romney, Obama has taken away a number of work requirements from the federal welfare regulations. Republicans believe that Obama’s executive measure on welfare funding to states makes it easier for non-working people get a free government check.
Mitt Romney and the Republican National Committee say their political money-raising machine netted more than $101 million last month.
How dare Harry Reid, the Majority Leader of the U.S. Senate, spew his latest unsubstantiated rumors against Mitt Romney?
President Barack Obama told campaign donors Monday that “if the election were held today, I think it’d be close, but I think we’d win.” He said his opponents were “spending like nobody’s business” and that Democrats need substantial sums to counterpunch.
One would think that Obama and his White House would want to keep the name Solyndra as far from the headlines as possible. Yet, President Obama is rubbing elbows with key players in the Solyndra stimulus disaster at a high-priced fundraiser where donors paid $35,800-per-person.
President Obama’s re-election team is reaching out to potential donors after presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney raised more than $100 million in June.