Category Archives: Elections

Left-leaning ‘dark money’ network poured millions into Michigan elections

Malachi Barrett of Michigan Live – A well-funded left-leaning “dark money” network funneled nearly $9 million to Michigan activist causes in 2018. Sixteen Thirty Fund, a nonprofit focused on promoting social welfare, supported an anti-gerrymandering ballot initiative and other Democrat-backed … Continue reading

Posted in Dark Money, Elections, Politico, Politics

The Fed Just Printed More Money Than Bitcoin’s Entire Market Cap

Anyone worried about federal spending? Maybe we all should be. More money in circulation may be good for President Trump’s re-election campaign – but may not be so good for regular citizens who have their money in savings accounts. – … Continue reading

Posted in 2020 election, Bitcoin, Crypto, Donald Trump, Dow Jones, Economics, Elections, Federal budget, Federal Reserve, Finance, government, Investing, Money, National debt

Trump’s Washington proves lucrative for his top lobbyist bundler

Karl Evers-Hillstrom in OpenSecrets.org – In Washington D.C., some lobbyists like to raise money to make money. It’s been a successful strategy for Jeff Miller, who raised more than $1 million for President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign from April through … Continue reading

Posted in 2020 election, Donald Trump, Elections, Fundraising, Lobbyists

New Hampshire Democratic Party Warns Public to Remain Vigilant Online After Republicans Created Fake NH Dems Twitter Account

Contact: Holly Shulman, NH Dems hshulman@nhdp.org, (603) 715-4321 The New Hampshire Democratic Party warned the public to stay vigilant about the information they see online, following Republicans creation of a Twitter account that was meant to deceive voters into believing it was … Continue reading

Posted in Controversial, Cyber security, Democrats, Elections, Fairness, Political parties, Politics, Republicans

Our Best Tool For Predicting Midterm Elections Works In Presidential Years Too

Nathaniel Rakich of FiveThirtyEight – As early as summer of 2017 signs pointed to a wave election for Democrats in 2018. Now, for your prognosticating pleasure, the FiveThirtyEight generic ballot tracker is back to help you track the battle for … Continue reading

Posted in 2020 election, Democrats, Elections, FiveThirtyEight, Republicans