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The News & ObserverAs the Triangle mourned slain political strategist Jamie Hahn on Wednesday, attention turned to whether the man who police say stabbed her had made questionable campaign finance reports while working for Hahn's firm. Hahn, 29, died early Wednesday...
The Honolulu Star-AdvertiserAs U.S. Rep. Colleen Hanabusa readies a campaign to take on appointed U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz in 2014, potential successors to her U.S. House seat are preparing for what promises to be a wide-open primary contest. The seat representing the 1st...
Tribune reporterWASHINGTON — Chicago billionaire Penny Pritzker, under consideration to lead the Commerce Department, gave the president’s 2013 inauguration a contribution of $250,000, not $500,000, according to an amended report filed Tuesday. The...
St. Paul Pioneer PressMinnesota Republican congresswoman Michele Bachmann approved payments to her 2012 presidential campaign manager in Iowa but did not know the arrangement might have violated the state's Senate ethics rules, her former chief of staff says in an affidavit....
Tags: Ames Straw Poll, Ron Paul, Michele Bachmann, Ethics, Wally Horn
The Sacramento BeeThe howls are loud, understandably so, if you represent an oil company or the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and its many members. Oil companies, the chamber and other corporate interests have come out against an informed public. Specifically, they're...
In addition to having a hand on the nation's checkbook, Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski is reaping a political reward from her new assignment as chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee: a significant increase in campaign cash. The Maryland Democrat, who...
Call Washington BureauThe mayors of Allentown and Bethlehem were among the thousands of individuals and corporations who donated a total of $43 million to President Obama's second inauguration. Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski contributed $300 and his wife, Lisa, gave $305....
SIOUX FALLS — While U.S. Sen. Tim Johnson has decided not to run for another term in Congress, he has not decided what to do with the money he raised for a possible new campaign. The 66-year-old South Dakota Democrat announced last month that...
The Center for Public Integrity has a new story out on former Congressman Allen West. Here's a bit of the story: Vanquished Rep. Allen West, R-Fla., is using his boatload of surplus campaign cash to fuel another political endeavor — building...
Tags: Allen West, Politics, Elections
Star TribuneNormally, it's an outrageous statement or a stunning disregard for the facts that puts an unflattering national spotlight on Minnesota congresswoman Michele Bachmann. Bachmann's typical response is to ignore the negative publicity and the questions...
The News & ObserverFormer congressman Brad Miller has asked PNC Bank to freeze his campaign account after discovering that the man accused of killing political fundraiser Jamie Hahn had written questionable checks to himself. Miller met with his campaign treasurer and...
Tags: Prosecution, Murder, Raleigh, Politics, Elections
U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock has opted to bypass a run for the Republican Illinois governor nomination and instead will seek a fourth term in Congress next year, a top aide said Thursday. Schock, 31, from Peoria, ultimately decided he could do more good...
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