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An attorney for Christine O'Donnell, the tea party favorite who lost a U.S. Senate bid in Delaware last year, is asking federal prosecutors to investigate the head of a group that filed a complaint last fall alleging O'Donnell had illegally spent
State Road 84 Relief is ahead from cargo trucks rumbling down heavily traveled roads and freight trains causing traffic delays. Ground was broken Tuesday for an overpass to divert cargo traffic. Sun Sentinel It will be two years in the making, but
The website for Jon Huntsman's presidential campaign allows supporters to donate on behalf of their spouses. I know that the legal giving limit for a married couple is $5,000, but is it legal to electronically donate on your spouse's behalf? It
Stephen Colbert flew down to Washington last week to parody the nation's campaign-finance laws. But there was a flaw in his plan: The campaign-finance system already is a parody. Standing on a platform outside the Federal Election Commission, Colbert
President Obama made comments just short of endorsing the notion that gay people have the right to marry. Politicians in the divided state government are trying to solve a budget deficit and avoid a cutoff of services starting after midnight Thursday.
It's no secret that conservative firebrand Rush Limbaugh has a special affinity for the politics of the Tea Party. And now he's trying to capitalize on the movement's popularity with his own brand of -- yes, you guessed it -- bottled tea products.
Stephen Colbert delights in lampooning politicians on his Comedy Central show, but he plans to raise some serious issues about public disclosure of corporate campaign contributions before the Federal Election Commission on Thursday.
The Federal Election Commission on Thursday morning will consider a Democratic request that could further empower the independent political groups vowing to spend hundreds of millions of dollars on hard-hitting campaign ads in the run-up to the 2012
Del. (AP) — Records show that the Federal Election Commission dismissed a campaign finance complaint against former U.S. Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell even though staff attorneys recommended finding that the Delaware Republican had violated
As pointed out by National Review's Jim Geraghty , a new campaign video for President Barack Obama's $5 raffle dinner was filmed in the White House, which could violate FEC campaign finance laws. Check out the video after the break, and let us know