In repeated votes, Gallego has sided against amendments from his Progressive Caucus colleagues that would have reduced the Department of Defense budget by 10%.
An Oakland ballot measure creating a public campaign financing option and strengthening transparency in election spending passed with strong support.
Lobbying giant PhRMA reported revenues of more than $600 million in 2021, a new record for the group.
The Conservative Partnership Institute, whose leaders include former Trump lawyer Cleta Mitchell, saw its funding balloon with more than $45 million in donations last year as it spread disinformation about widespread voter fraud.
The American Petroleum Institute's latest tax filing reveals payments to an opaque group that has spent millions on ads promoting Henry Cuellar, Kyrsten Sinema, and other conservative Democrats.
With Abortion Access at Stake, These Companies Donated to Anti-Choice Georgia Republican AG Chris Carr
Carr squeaked out a re-election win over a Democratic rival who pledged that she would not enforce Georgia's "heartbeat law" abortion ban.
As it collects record profits, Big Oil is donating more than ever to the largest Republican super PACs.
An opaque conservative group closely linked with Trump legal adviser Leonard Leo donated nearly $2 million to the Republican State Leadership Committee last quarter.
The senator formed a new fundraising vehicle that lets him solicit larger contribution checks.
Progress Pinellas PAC has spent $4.7 million on ads and mailers attacking Republican candidate Anna Paulina Luna.
The Moderate Party is attempting to have Malinowski's name appear on the November ballot twice, giving him an advantage over his Republican rival.
Proposal 1 would make more than 300 term-limited politicians in Michigan once again eligible to run for office.
A ballot measure would create a public campaign financing option in Oakland, called "Democracy Dollars," and increase transparency of who is spending to influence city elections.
A former federal ethics official warns it would authorize “fake blind trusts in every branch of government.”
The donation was to a pro-Trump super PAC that is supporting Trump-endorsed Mehmet Oz and attacking Senate Democratic candidates this election cycle.
In a letter to Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack, the senators warn against changing the programs that jack up prices for American sugar.
The measure in Portland would institute a public campaign financing option similar to one already in place in the state, as well as prohibit corporate contributions and spending by foreign-controlled groups.
Despite public anger over congressional stock trading, senators and reps have held on to personal investments in companies that fall under their committees' jurisdiction.
A tax credit that Sen. Manchin secured in the Inflation Reduction Act was celebrated by pipeline company Enterprise Products, the senator's top donor.