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Presidential candidates vastly prefer Uber over Lyft. Here’s how much the 2020 Democratic hopefuls are spending on each of the ride-hailing serv...
Elizabeth Warren, who spoke out against the companies' driver pay policies, has spent the third-most on the apps, totaling more than $9,000.
MONEY MATTERS: Fundraising can make or break a presidential campaign — here’s how every 2020 Democrat is doing after the election’s ...
Almost all of the Democratic contenders have pledged to run grassroots campaigns, with many rejecting donations from corporate PACs and lobbyists.
The Trump reelection campaign announced yet another massive fundraising haul, giving the president key advantages over the wide open Democratic field.
The House passed a bill banning the government from creating ‘free’ tax-preparation software like TurboTax, forever
Many of the bill's supporters have benefitted from campaign donations from for-profit tax-preparation companies.
Beto O’Rourke announces massive $9.4 million fundraising haul — bringing in the most money per day of any Democratic candidate
O'Rourke's large haul averaged $43 per donation, with 98% of them below $200.
A conservative group accused Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of campaign finance violations, but experts say the charges are overblown
Most experts say there's no evidence the campaign committed serious campaign finance violations, but there may be cause for further investigation.
Elizabeth Warren says she won’t hold fundraisers or reserve special time for big donors, setting her apart from the Democratic primary field
"That means no fancy receptions or big money fund-raisers only with people who can write the big checks," Warren said in a Monday morning email.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez invented a ‘Corruption Game’ to slam lax government ethics laws during a viral Oversight Committee hearing
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez played what she called the "Corruption Game" in the House Oversight Committee on Wednesday.
Texas man allegedly paid for deep-tissue massages and nightclub dances using campaign donations meant for Trump, Clinton, and Bernie Sanders
In 2015, the defendant began soliciting contributions through political committees with names like "Feel Bern," "Trump Victory," and "HC4President."
America's largest defense firms spread their cash around.