The former president is set to headline an event at Mar-a-Lago next month for endorsed candidates and major donors to benefit a supportive super PAC.
Mimicking official correspondence is an age-old marketing trick. But look-alike emails suggesting links to Beto O’Rourke’s campaign for governor show the tactic has accelerated in the digital era.
The Justice Department said the three men defrauded donors of $3.5 million, including through robocalls that impersonated former President Donald J. Trump.
Was Lev Parnas a businessman who cared about energy independence and marijuana legalization? Or a conniver who flouted campaign finance laws?
After a Trump donor accused Corey Lewandowski of making unwanted sexual advances, allies of the former president formed a new super PAC.
Business interests are using ads and other efforts to cajole Democrats to change or kill a $3.5 trillion social policy bill.
A donor to former President Donald J. Trump said that Mr. Lewandowski had made unwanted sexual advances and touched her inappropriately. Mr. Lewandowski did not comment on the allegations.
The former president pines for his team to mention your name.
Eric Adams, the Democratic nominee for mayor of New York City, is rushing to raise $5 million for the general election in November.
Priorities USA, one of the largest liberal super PACs, is hoping to counteract Republican-driven voting restrictions through both digital ad campaigns and legal efforts.
Ultrawealthy donors have given $16 million to super PACs dedicated to the New York City mayor’s race. Half of that money has gone to three moderate candidates.
Donations flow to lawmakers who tried to overturn the election.
Opposition from Republicans and some of their own senators has left Democrats struggling to determine whether they should try to nix the filibuster to save a top priority.
In running for mayor of New York, Mr. Donovan is arguing that his leadership experience offers what the city needs in a time of crisis.
Emergent BioSolutions faces scrutiny in Congress for ruining Covid-19 vaccines and securing lucrative federal contracts. Executives will appear before some lawmakers who benefited from the company’s spending.
Democrats now face the task of overcoming their own differences on the measure, and deciding whether they will use it as a vehicle to try to curb the filibuster.
The United Federation of Teachers is boosting Mr. Stringer’s embattled campaign with an advertising blitz.
This year’s election is shaping up to be the city’s first in which super PACs play a major role.
For the first time since the Supreme Court allowed unlimited spending in elections, candidate super PACs are flooding money into a New York mayoral election.
Democrats will need their votes to keep control of the Senate and House after the midterms.
Super PACs for two candidates raised millions of dollars to help their chances in the New York City mayor’s race. One, for Shaun Donovan, was bankrolled by his father.
Stephen Ross, the head of the Related Companies, is organizing a meeting of business leaders to “help us get this mayoral election right.”
A civil war broke out in the group as it antagonized Donald Trump, with leaders splintering over financial arrangements and revelations of online harassment by a top official.
Groups representing big business are already working to influence the contest, while a new organization hopes to push the crowded field of candidates to the left.
AT&T and Marriott were among companies that will stop campaign contributions to lawmakers who objected to certifying the election. Other companies, such as JPMorgan, paused all political donations.
When President Trump departs the White House, he will have a huge pile of cash to fuel his future ambitions. He can hold rallies, hire staff and even lay groundwork for a potential 2024 run.
The president’s campaign has ratcheted up its appeals for cash, but the first 75 percent of every contribution is going to a new political action committee that could fund his next political move.
Donations went to glamorous but unwinnable Senate races. Meanwhile, a representative in Brooklyn may lose to a first-time candidate and QAnon supporter.
The PAC could accept donations from an unlimited number of people and spend to benefit other candidates, allowing the president to retain influence in a party remade largely in his image.
New financial filings showed the extent of the president’s cash troubles, as he is now badly outmatched by Joe Biden.
Ronald Lauder is spending millions of dollars to defeat Democratic state senators, whose party is tantalizingly close to a supermajority.
The Lincoln Project; Republican Voters Against Trump; 43 Alumni for Joe Biden. These groups and others have similar missions but engage in little coordination or sharing of resources.
Democrats have been far behind Republicans on compiling and sharing information that can be used by campaigns, state parties and super PACs.
Only a small fraction of the president’s top donors from 2016 have given as much to his re-election effort.
Ms. Guilfoyle has raised money from donors and has made inroads with some who have rejected calls from others. Yet Trump supporters inside and outside the campaign say the operation she’s built hasn’t lived up to expectations.
Mr. Biden is relying on some of his party’s wealthiest donors — and power brokers in Silicon Valley, Hollywood and Wall Street — to cut President Trump’s financial edge, new filings show.
Their party’s a lost cause. America isn’t.
The loan program to help firms keep paying their workers had many beneficiaries. Among them was the capital’s permanent political class.