Congressman Mike Capuano is recognized as a progressive hero in the United States House of Representatives — but he recently accepted a $5,000 campaign contribution from lobbyists for Citigroup, Inc. Now you can sign this online petition and tell Congressman Capuano to give the money back! As a member of the House Financial Services Committee, it is a conflict of…Read More »
Here is the exact text from the OCPF – Office of Campaign and Political Finance – showing that Christy Mihos has donated money to atleast two Democrat insiders at the state house, one of whom is highly controversial. This is very legitimate to point out, as the old MIHOS web page showed that Mihos, who left the GOP in 2006,…Read More »
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Cash for Pardons.
Clinton donors list released By Andrew Zajac and Dan Morain WASHINGTON – Hoping to allay conflict-of-interest concerns as his wife prepares to become secretary of state, former President Bill Clinton has released a donor list that showed he had raised as much as $131 million from foreign governments – including Saudia…
I wonder if this was “bra money”?
According to Opensecrets.org Dianne Wilkerson gave $550 to Barack Obama this cycle. They can trace this money. Will they give it back?
Contributor Occupation Date Amount Recipient
DORCHESTER,MA 02121 COMM. OF MASSACHUSETTS/STATE SENATO 6/30/08 $300 Obama, Barack (D)
DORCHESTER,MA 02121 COMM. OF MASSACHUSETTS/STATE SENATO 7/8/08 $250 Obama, Barack (D)…
Many of Obama’s campaign donations are raising concerns at the FEC Monday, September 29, 2008 9:23 PM By: Kenneth R. Timmerman, Newsmax In a letter dated June 25, 2008, the FEC asked the Obama campaign to verify a series of $25 donations from a contributor identified as “Will, Good” from Austin, Texas. Mr. Good Will listed his employer as…Read More »
According to CNN… When it comes to the money race, it appears Barack Obama is ahead on the battlefield. Members of the military are donating more money to Obama than to the military man John McCain. A lot more money. A nonpartisan organization called the “Center for Responsive Politics” reports U.S. troops serving abroad have given almost six times…Read More »