Articles By Donald Shaw
Democrats may have more enthusiasm heading into the midterms, but Republicans have big outside attack money on their side.
After voting to deregulate the banks, Senate Democrats in close races are funding their campaigns with bank industry money
Group that make more than $250 in independent expenditures to influence elections must now publicly disclose donors who give more than $200.
Despite opposition from McConnell, legislation ending the use of paper forms for campaign finance reporting is close to becoming law.
As a lobbyist, Kyl pushed legislative issues for private clients that he could vote on as a member of the Senate
By hiding his lobbying and not registering, AT&T’s Bill Devine can lobby the Legislature without following the restrictions of California’s Political Reform Act, a new complaint alleges.
After the arrest of Rep. Chris Collins for insider trading made possible by his board seat at a pharmaceutical firm, Sludge has discovered another member of Congress who is on the board of a for-profit business.
Telecom-Funded Groups Ask Congress to Oppose the Net Neutrality CRA on ‘Behalf of Conservatives Everywhere’
Despite claiming to speak for all conservatives, the letter comes from a particular subset of groups on the right—those that have received funding from the telecommunications industry.