Two more board members, with No Labels since 2009 and 2011, have been dropped from its roster as the dark money group readies a third-party presidential ticket.
A new disclosure revealing a fraction of No Labels' donors shows the group has been fundraising from corporate executives, many of whom sit atop private equity firms.
KKR, Blackstone, and The Carlyle Group employees made up nearly half of the senator's joint fundraising committee haul in the first three months of the year.
In repeated votes, Gallego has sided against amendments from his Progressive Caucus colleagues that would have reduced the Department of Defense budget by 10%.
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.
Democracy activists are calling on the Biden White House to join talks about how the Senate can pass the Freedom to Vote Act this year.