Rep. Ann Wagner
Rep. Ann Wagner (R-MO) hold a news conference about her proposed paid family leave bill during a news conference at the U.S. Capitol August 2, 2018 in Washington, DC. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

Wall Street’s Biggest Supporter Could Lose Her House Seat

Ann Wagner, a senior Republican on the House Financial Services Committee, is in danger of losing a seat in suburban St. Louis, despite millions in bank donations.

North Carolina Primary category in which blog post is published

Revealing Money and Power Networks in North Carolina Campaigns

A spatial analysis of campaign finance data reveals a 2020 statehouse landscape awash in cash as Democrats tried new efforts to win seats ahead of redistricting.

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Biden to Pick Former Corporate Lobbyist Jaime Harrison for DNC Chair

During the Obama administration, Harrison lobbied for some of the Hill's top spenders, including Big Banks, Big Oil, and a coalition of coal companies that fought climate regulations.

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Cruz and AOC Said They Would Propose a Lobbying Ban. So What Happened?

They got a lot of attention for agreeing to work together on a bill to close the revolving door, but they never actually did what they said they would.