Fundraising in the final three months of 2015 largely reflected the state of the race itself, but some candidates are better positioned going forward than others.
In a marked departure from recent cases, the Supreme Court rules that states can impose significant restriction on solicitation of campaign contributions in judicial elections.
Once again, the Supreme Court reminds us that limiting political speech is unconstitutional.
The Supreme Court heard argument in a major campaign finance case yesterday.
The 10th anniversary of McCain-Feingold teaches a lesson we should already have learned.
The Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether limits on contributions to political candidates is Constitutional.
The impact of outside spending on the election turned out to be far less consequential than many had feared.
The Koch brothers will spend more money in this election cycle than the entire McCain campaign did in 2008.
Opponents of the Supreme Court’s decision in Citizens United continue to miss the point of what the case was really about.
Was money the reason Scott Walker won on Tuesday? The available evidence says no.