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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Federal Election Commission
Hanging out with Lois Lerner can be bad for your hard drive's health. Mrs. Lerner, at the center of an Internal Revenue Service political scandal that sounds ever more jaily, lost her emails in a fortuitous electro-mechanical failure.
The Obama Administration's investigatory credibility, like Lois Lerner's emails, has been irrevocably "lost."
The Federal Election Commission has dropped a long-running campaign finance investigation into former New Jersey Democratic Rep. Robert E. Andrews, despite the objections of a leading campaign finance watchdog.
Two of South Carolina's incumbent congressmen face challenges in next month's party primaries. But considering the money Republican Joe Wilson and Democrat Jim Clyburn have in the bank - and how little their opponents have - neither seems to be in danger.
A Montana super PAC has spent an additional $75,000 on advertising that supports Republican U.S. House candidate Ryan Zinke.
Big donors are making their voices heard in Oregon's Republican primary for U.S. Senate.
Another former employee of Republican U.S. Senate candidate Dr. Annette Bosworth is accusing the Sioux Falls physician of not paying fully for past work, adding to the allegations that have plagued Bosworth's campaign and prompted the state attorney general to investigate.
A newly formed political-action committee called Big Sky Freedom Fund already has spent more than $74,000 to support one candidate in the five-person Republican primary for Montana's open U.S. House race.
Members of the Republican National Committee gathering in Memphis, Tennessee, for their spring meeting are set to join a lawsuit seeking to strike down campaign finance limits and free the GOP to spend unlimited money on get-out-the-vote efforts.
An employee at the Federal Election Commission, the nonpartisan agency that oversees campaigns, has resigned after admitting to campaigning for President Obama in 2012, in violation of federal laws.
Democratic incumbent Tom Udall holds a large fundraising advantage over two Republican challengers in the race for New Mexico's U.S. Senate seat.
South Carolina's seven congressmen have more than $3 million combined in their campaign accounts heading into this year's midterm elections. Their opponents have only a fraction of that.
IRS emails released Wednesday show that just before the tea party targeting scandal was revealed last year, Lois G. Lerner and her colleagues at the tax agency were talking with the Justice Department about making examples out of nonprofit groups that they felt were violating campaign laws by playing political roles.
Former Connecticut Gov. John G. Rowland pleaded not guilty Friday to conspiracy and other federal charges in an alleged pursuit of secret consulting roles with two congressional campaigns.
The three national Republican campaign committees have linked to form a joint fundraising committee just a week after the Supreme Court struck down overall aggregate limits on campaign contributions.