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Gay State Sen. Adam Ebbin had just over $178,000 in campaign funds for the most recent reporting period.
If money is any indication, a prominent Baltimore doctor with no political experience is an early front-runner in the 2016 U.S. presidential race.
Another batch of previously unreleased Internal Revenue Service emails is being showcased by a conservative legal nonprofit as evidence of politicized coordination between the tax agency, the Federal Election Commission and the Justice Department.
JANUARY 7, 2014 Rep. Trey Radel is trailed by reporters as he leaves his office and heads for a vote, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2014.
South Carolina's seven congressmen have more than $3 million combined in their campaign accounts heading into this year's elections.
Rep. Sam Farr likes legislating and campaigning, but acknowledged Wednesday he has always disliked hitting people up for campaign donations.
The full report, which was due on Tuesday, has not yet been processed and posted online by the Federal Election Commission.
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Larry Rhoden raised just shy of $16,000 during the first three months of 2014.
Wednesday, the "Terry for Congress" campaign announced raising nearly $1.4 million for the re-election of Rep. Lee Terry.
In advertisements to support Sen. Mark Begich , Alaska-based super PAC Put Alaska First has questioned the home-state credentials of the one-term senator's opponents and critics.
After the U.S. Supreme Court issued a 5-4 decision that threw out a cap on the total amount wealthy donors can give to federal candidates in an election season, Democrats and self-proclaimed do-gooders cried foul at the prospect of more big money's tainting Washington politics.
Marjorie Margolies has fallen farther behind her opponents in fund-raising for the 13th Congressional District primary race, leaving State Sen. Daylin Leach and physician Valerie Arkoosh jockeying for the No.
Tuesday marks the deadline for South Dakota's U.S. Senate candidates to file their quarterly campaign reports with the Federal Election Commission.
The congressional campaign for former Gov. Edwin Edwards raised $32,921 and has about $27,000 in available cash on hand as of March 31, according to its first campaign report to the Federal Election Commission.
So, Scott Brown, prince of unforced errors, has decided to run for senator in New Hampshire.