Lawmakers need to raise money for 2020 as seats become less and less safe. At least some of them are having fun while doing so.
Intermediary funding groups are bridging that gap.
In a crowded field, Democratic presidential hopefuls are scrambling for attention.
New fundraising numbers are due today.
In Nashville, the school district has put a ban on online fundraising for classrooms.
Members want to rely on recurring small-dollar online donations to avoid spending time “dialing for dollars.”
More women are contributing money, and more of that money is backing female candidates.
It takes money to run a campaign and first-time candidates have to learn how to ask for it.
Today is the deadline for congressional candidates to file year-end finance reports with the Federal Elections Commission. So far, it’s been a record-breaking fundraising year for Republicans. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
The online safety net may not be without its gaping holes.