There’s been a fight over the right to vote throughout American history, but in the last year, it's gone into overdrive.
Former President Trump has pulled in more than $30 million in a matter of months.
Inaugurations offer companies a chance to wish the new administration well with a donation.
From JPMorgan Chase to Marriott, companies have paused political donations to Republicans (mostly) in response to last week's riot at the U.S. Capitol.
JPMorgan Chase and Citi are pausing all contributions to politicians for now.
The National Association of Manufacturers is among them, going so far as to call for President Trump's early removal from office.
Most of the money from Wall Street went to Republican PACs.
Political ads have been relentless on Georgia airwaves leading up to the Jan. 5 Senate elections.
For the first time in decades, one strategist says, the Supreme Court has been a bigger motivator for Democrats than for Republicans.
The explosion in Democratic donations has been connected to concern about the fate of the Supreme Court.