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  • Christine O'Donnell responds to FEC complaint

    Former U.S. Senate candidate and tea party favorite Christine O'Donnell is fighting back against Federal Election Commission allegations that she illegally used at least $20,000 in campaign contributions to pay rent and utility bills at a Delaware town house.
  • Cruz takes in 'impressive' fundraising haul

    WASHINGTON It's been a good few weeks for Sen. Ted Cruz in the presidential stakes that matter now the money primary. The Texas Republican's campaign on Wednesday reported $4.3 million in contributions for the first quarter, far exceeding its goal of...

    Ed Pawlowski to announce U.S. Senate run Friday

    Ed Pawlowski to announce U.S. Senate run Friday
    Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski will announce Friday that he is running for the U.S. Senate, according to sources who were told by the mayor's campaign. The three-term mayor has been "seriously considering" a run for several months, and his decision sets...

    Many of California's vulnerable House members fundraising ahead of 2016

    Many of California's vulnerable House members fundraising ahead of 2016
    Hoping to inoculate themselves against challenges next year, most of California's vulnerable House members already are building campaign war chests. Quarterly fundraising reports filed with the Federal Election Commission provided an early glimpse of...

    NY board split on campaign rule; 'LLC loophole' intact

    New York's Board of Elections split Thursday along party lines on closing the so-called "LLC loophole" in campaign finance rules, leaving it intact. Democratic Commissioner Douglas Kellner, backed by Commissioner Andrew Spano, proposed treating limited...