If money were the only measure, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) would be the clear winner of the Koch network primary so far.
The RSLC has actually stopped filing its disclosure reports, known as Form 8872s, with the IRS on a monthly basis.
Richard Berman's dark money group to attack on national parks and forest.
The event serves as a striking example of how major corporations are not living up to their disclosure requirements under federal lobbying law.
By disclosing on its tax return that it simply served as a pass-through for the money, ACU has offered a rare window into dead end disclosure.
Commissioner Goodman simply is wrong about CREW’s aims.
With its debts paid off, it is unknown whether the Campaign for Jobs and Opportunity will continue to intervene in primaries.
For campaign finance reformers and ethics watchdogs, Rep. Aaron Schock (R-IL) is the gift that keeps on giving.
In two months, the group at the center of the Koch Brothers' network spent more than 44 percent of what it spent in the 12 prior months.
An Ohio-based network of nonprofits and super PACs funded independent expenditures in 10 races nationwide without original sources being revealed.