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Presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg is pouring tens of millions of dollars from his vast personal fortune into his campaign. A piece of it is going to an unknown digital business called Hawkfish — which Bloomberg himself founded during the spring.
Joe Biden’s fundraising network is about to get a big boost just in time for 2020.
A super PAC supporting President Donald Trump’s re-election efforts raised $4 million through a fundraiser that’s scheduled to take place in New York on Tuesday.
Some finance executives have recently told Chuck Schumer that they are holding back from donating to Democrats running for Senate in 2020 due to their concerns about Elizabeth Warren, sources say.
Former Vice President Joe Biden’s top donors have mixed feelings about the campaign’s path forward now that it has only $8.9 million on hand going into a pivotal fourth quarter.
Joe Biden’s campaign informed donors over the weekend that it is hoping to ramp up in-person and online fundraising as it sets its sights on the pivotal primary day of Super Tuesday in March.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren finished the third quarter raising $24.6 million, her campaign announced on Friday.
Democratic donors on Wall Street and in big business are preparing to sit out the presidential campaign fundraising cycle – or even back President Donald Trump – if Sen. Elizabeth Warren wins the party’s nomination.
The political network funded in part by billionaire libertarian Charles Koch is going to try a new strategy against President Donald Trump’s trade war with China after conceding its previous campaign hasn’t worked.
Former Vice President Joe Biden is heading back to Wall Street for two fundraisers Thursday, the day after he participates in a climate change town hall.
David Koch, the billionaire, industrialist, philanthropist, political activist and onetime vice presidential candidate for the Libertarian Party, died Friday. He was 79.
Gun control advocacy groups have dedicated more than $2 million on digital and TV ads, widely outspending the National Rifle Association, since the mass shootings weeks ago in California, Texas and Ohio that left more than 30 dead.
L Brands founder Les Wexner and his legal team have been providing documents to federal investigators that they believe show Jeffrey Epstein misappropriated funds while the child predator was Wexner’s money manager.
President Donald Trump’s allies in the business world and an army of bundlers have been courting executives across the country in an effort to help raise millions of dollars for the 2020 reelection effort.