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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - David Rivera
An associate of former U.S. Rep. David Rivera plans to appeal a judge's ruling denying her release on bail on charges of campaign finance laws.
Former U.S. Rep. David Rivera filed papers Friday to run for his old seat in Congress amid a federal investigation into alleged campaign finance irregularities in the race from two years ago.
A close associate of former U.S. Rep. David Rivera has been denied bail a second time on charges of violating federal campaign finance laws.
Sentencing has been delayed until July for a failed South Florida congressional candidate in a campaign finance fraud case with ties to former Rep. David Rivera.
A federal judge denied bail Friday for an associate of former U.S. Rep. David Rivera in a campaign finance violations case after a prosecutor said the associate used some passport trickery to flee to Nicaragua in the middle of the investigation.
An associate of former U.S. Rep. David Rivera pleaded not guilty Monday to four campaign finance violations involving tens of thousands of dollars in alleged illegal contributions to a previously unknown candidate.
A South Florida Republican operative has been arrested and brought back to the United State from Nicaragua, charged with federal election violations with links to former U.S. Rep. David Rivera.
Wading directly into the thorny immigration debate, a key House Republican on Wednesday introduced the GOP's first version of the Dream Act in this Congress in a bill that would give a select group of high-achieving illegal immigrants the chance to become U.S. citizens.
Rep. David Rivera on Wednesday introduced the first Republican version of the Dream Act in this Congress which would give a select group of high-achieving illegal immigrant students the chance to stay and study in the U.S.
For freshman Sen. Marco Rubio, a rising GOP figure seen as a possible Mitt Romney running mate, there are questions about whether potential vulnerabilities in his personal and political background might hold him back.
Democrats aren't wasting any time in trying to define first and negatively a crop of House Republicans they want to knock off in 2012, launching new radio and Web ad campaigns in 19 swing districts just under three months after the midterm elections.
U.S. Attorney David Rivera announced Monday that 37-year-old Juan Castro-Castro, who once lived in Shelbyville, Kentucky, received the prison sentence after pleading guilty to conspiring with others to bring fraudulently acquired tax refunds to Nashville.
Rivera, a Republican, has denied any wrongdoing and is running for the seat again.