Reporting on Campaign Finance
Chances are good, especially if you live in a swing state, that you’re being bombarded by political ads.
Donald Trump raised $90 million in August. But it's no match for Hillary Clinton, who raised $143 million in August, her campaign reported.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign is halfway to its goal of raising a billion dollars for the 2016 race, according to her finance director.
Presidential candidates are required to disclose the sources of their income to the FEC. But we don't always get a full picture of their true wealth.
The decision to focus down-ballot is also about getting bang for the buck.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump both had a second month of strong fundraising in July, the month that they claimed their parties' nominations.
Is there too much money in presidential politics?
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