The $50,000 donation is one of many ways individuals tied to the health care industry are supporting the anti-Medicare for All candidate.
A new report shows that three-quarters of the money that individuals donated to pro-Democrat outside spending groups in 2018 came from finance founders and executives.
Alerted to the contributions, House Financial Services Chair Maxine Waters tells Sludge she will better vet her campaign contributors.
After City Incentives, South Bend Real Estate Executives Donate to Mayor Pete’s Presidential Campaign
Real estate executives benefited from policies of Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s administration that some criticize as reckless gentrification. Now they’re returning the favor.
Ten of the Financial Services Committee members who will question the CEOs of the largest banks in the U.S. are personally invested in those banks and positioned to benefit from the companies’ growth.
A website that bills itself as a nonpartisan portal for political participation is run by real estate lobbyists and funnels campaign contributions nearly exclusively from the real estate industry.
Facing a Consumer Advocate Challenger, Rep. Mimi Walters is Suddenly Popular With Wall Street Donors
For the first time, Walters' top donors this cycle come from the securities and investment industry, and Goldman Sachs in particular.
Summit Bank Employees are Donating to Rep. Neal Dunn, Who Also Serves as Chairman of Their Board of Directors
As a member of Congress, Dunn votes on bills impacting the banking industry.
After voting to deregulate the banks, Senate Democrats in close races are funding their campaigns with bank industry money
New York state’s chief investment officer invested millions of retirement dollars in a fossil fuel company – and then joined the company’s board the same week she retired.