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Duncan Hunter, an early Trump supporter who vaped in a Congressional hearing, gets 11 months in prison
The former California congressman pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations after a fall from grace forcing him out of his seat.
The New York Post reported this weekend that Chuck Schumer has spent thousands on Junior's Cheesecake. He held a press conference confirming it.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren has made her rejection of super PAC support a key part of her pitch to voters, but she has now reversed that stance.
Elizabeth Warren swore off super PACS. One just launched to support her anyway, a sign of her campaign’s precarious position.
A super PAC also launched to support Sen. Amy Klobuchar. The women are trailing in the polls behind Sen. Bernie Sanders and former VP Joe Biden.
The designs include two of Trump's signature slogans, "Make America Great Again" and "Keep America Great," for drivers to upgrade their plates.
Here’s how much money 2020 presidential candidates raised in the last full fundraising quarter of 2019
With just a month to go before the Iowa caucuses, here's how President Trump and the Democratic candidates all stack up in the money race.
The Biden campaign said they doubled their online fundraising compared to 2019's third quarter, bringing their average donation amount to $23.
A top fundraiser for Pete Buttigieg offered a donor the chance to ‘get on the campaign’s radar’ in exchange for money
Buttigieg's campaign attempted to distance itself from Park's email, but insisted the offer was nothing more than a standard donor recruiting tactic.
Elizabeth Warren and Pete Buttigieg attacked each other over ‘wine cave’ fundraisers and taking money from mega-rich donors
Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Mayor Pete Buttigieg went after each other on campaign-finance issues in Thursday night's Democratic presidential debate.
‘I did make mistakes’: Rep. Duncan Hunter, an early Trump supporter, will plead guilty to campaign finance violations
"I think it's important not to have a public trial for three reasons," Rep. Duncan Hunter said. "And those three reasons are my kids."