Self-appointed “transparency” expert a hypocrite when it comes to campaign finance laws, has long history of partisanship.
The man who serves as the campaign treasurer for state Rep. Gordon Hintz, an Oshkosh Democrat, appears to have violated an important ethics law.
Shoddy compliance has led to two major problems with the Hintz campaign’s finances.
Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D) is supporting an amendment to the Constitution of the United States that would put a caveat in the First Amendment and curtail freedom of speech when it comes to campaigns and politics.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane dropped an investigation that found at least five Philadelphia officials in violation of state ethics law.
Allegations that Cincinnatians for Jobs Now (CJN), a labor-backed nonprofit, violated state campaign finance laws while promoting union-friendly candidates last year are being reviewed by the Ohio Elections Commission.
Apparent associates of Matthew Sacco, a Florida Panthers PR executive, made four $1,000 contributions to the Chip LaMarca campaign.
Documents recently unsealed by Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine’s office detail the State of Ohio’s case against Athens County Sheriff Patrick Kelly, alleging a pattern of graft and corruption extending nearly half a decade.
Ohio Senator Tom Patton (R-Strongsville) has proposed legislation to prevent auto manufacturers from opening dealerships in the state, a move seemingly targeted at electric car manufacturer Tesla Motors.
Despite “Non-Partisan” Label, MontPIRG Continues to Use Student Activists to Push for Left-Wing Policies
The Montana Public Interest Research Group (MontPIRG) is a Missoula based non-profit organization that seeks to train “the next generation of leaders, providing young people with opportunities to learn valuable citizenship skills through work on public policy.” While the group claims the “non-partisan” label, its army of student activists have always pushed for left-of-center policies.