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Rubio returns with reception for the ages

After bowing out of the presidential race, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., for the looming Florida senate race against Rep. Pat Murphy, D-Fla. He’s begun the fundraising circuit with his new allies: the Pork and Pancake PACs.

Marco Rubio held at least 50 fundraisers during his presidential bid – falling in between Ted Cruz and Jeb Bush. Last year Rubio converted his Senate campaign committee into his presidential campaign, beginning his presidential run with millions of dollars of cash on hand. He recently converted his presidential campaign committee back to his Marco Rubio for Senate 2016 committee. The ...

How you can officially be on the “Trump Train” or become a “Hillblazer”

Two presidential candidates are all but ready to declare victory as their party’s nominees. But they’re not waiting until the conventions to fundraise through their Victory Funds. Want to become a Hillstarter? $27,000. Hillraiser? $50,000 Hillblazer? $100,000. Donald Trump has his own benefits package. Want to give $15,000? You're now one of Trump's Eagles.

Want to give $2,700? You're now aboard the Trump Train.
McCutcheon vs. FEC, building on Citizens United vs. FEC, ruled that limiting aggregate contributions an individual can make to national parties and federal candidate committees is unconstitutional. Thus, such vessels make high-dollar fundraisers as ...

Cruz, Kasich and the industries that fueled their campaigns

Lobbyists and career politicians make up the Washington Cartel.” Ted Cruz “I think we need to have more low-dollar efforts here [in this] country. You know, having a handful of billionaires that can basically, with special interest, [the fact that] they can kind of buy an election is something that bothers me.” John Kasich ----- Despite their rhetoric, campaign cash from lobbyists served as catalysts to keep Ted Cruz and John Kasich afloat. They vied to be the alternative to Donald Trump; now they’re watching the postseason from their couches. Let’s look back at the last two presidential candidates to ...

Hillary Clinton's most 'scandalous' fundraiser yet

While Hillary Clinton's weathered her fair share of scandals, it seems she's finally encountered one that could actually boost her political career. The cast of "Scandal," ABC’s drama about a cheating president and his mistress, is supporting the former secretary of state at a $5,000 per-person fundraiser today in Washington, D.C. While the program’s star, Kerry Washington, won’t attend, she previously showed her support when HRC visited the Los Angeles set of Scandal in February. Washington instagrammed an #imwithher selfie with the Democratic frontrunner. Shonda Rhimes, the show’s creator, starred in Clinton campaign ads and has a history of supporting ...