From all of us at the Center for Responsive Politics, Happy Thanksgiving. Stay safe and enjoy the holiday! We’ll be
Thursday on the NewsHour, the U.S. Supreme Court blocks New York’s limits on religious gatherings, Americans adapt to a dramatically
Wednesday on the NewsHour, President Trump grants his former national security adviser a full pardon despite his guilty plea for
Blinken’s contributions comprise part of a trend of State Department employees historically giving more cash to Democratic candidates than Republican
Tuesday on the NewsHour, President-elect Joe Biden moves quickly on the transition to the White House, the troubling surge continues
Monday on the NewsHour, President-elect Joe Biden announced several top cabinet positions, and the General Services Administration opened up the
On this edition for Sunday, November 22nd, another setback for the Trump administration as more states move to certify the
On this edition for Saturday, November 21, hospitalizations continue to climb as COVID-19 cases break more records, an expert explains
Friday on the NewsHour, President-elect Joe Biden forges ahead with his transition to the White House as President Donald Trump
Candidates who spent more this year won more often, too.
Thursday on the NewsHour, U.S. health experts express worry as coronavirus rages and holiday gatherings approach. Plus: The pandemic’s public
Political donors gave far more money than ever before to candidates in 2020 state and federal races.
WASHINGTON, November 19, 2020 — In the wake of an election cycle that saw more political spending than ever before,…
Wednesday on the NewsHour, President Trump and his allies continue to pursue legal challenges to the election, but Congress is
Even as self-financed candidates spend big in elections at all levels, their chances of winning remain low.
Tuesday on the NewsHour, social media executives face a barrage of questions on Capitol Hill. Plus: What election workers think
After losing to Mitch McConnell in the Kentucky Senate race, Democrat Amy McGrath is spending her money further south, in
Though fundraising for the 2022 elections may seem like it started early, it’s actually gearing up relatively late compared to
Monday on the NewsHour, the pandemic continues to inflict suffering and sorrow across the U.S., but another drug company has
Amid turmoil within her caucus, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is not expected to face opposition when Democrats choose their leaders
On this edition for Sunday, November 15, a contentious transition in the White House as COVID-19 cases spike rapidly across
On this edition for Saturday, November 14, the latest on the presidential transition including plans for the Pentagon, COVID-19 cases
Friday on the NewsHour, the coronavirus reaches crisis level in a rising number of states. Plus: Dr. Vivek Murthy on
Trump created a new leadership PAC on Monday, which could begin to lay the groundwork for a potential 2024 bid.
Thursday on the NewsHour, coronavirus reaches staggering new heights in the U.S., with record levels of infections and hospitalizations. Plus:
With the exception of President Donald Trump and his GOP allies, pretty much everyone in Washington agrees Joe Biden is
Wednesday on the NewsHour, President Trump makes his first public appearance since losing reelection to Joe Biden — and still
Tuesday on the NewsHour, President-elect Joe Biden assures Americans that his transition team is moving forward despite President Trump’s unfounded
Despite shelling out millions and often making headlines, many GOP congressional candidates still lost in largely Democratic states.
Monday on the NewsHour, President-elect Joe Biden is preparing for his administration, while a defeated President Trump refuses to concede.
On this edition for Sunday, November 8, President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris call for unity in their
Friday on the NewsHour, Americans await the result of the presidential election, as several states are still counting votes. Plus:
Control of the Senate might boil down to Georgia’s two runoff elections, which will likely cost millions.
Thursday on the NewsHour, the outcome of the U.S. presidential election is unknown as states continue counting ballots. Plus: Election
Election Day has come and gone, but the most expensive presidential election is poised to become even pricier as the
Despite being significantly outraised by Democrats, many GOP candidates in toss-up House races held their own in 2020.
Wednesday on the NewsHour, the fate of the U.S. presidential election remains unknown as several states continue to count their
Democratic Senate candidates raised unprecedented amounts of money, but large chunks of that money went to candidates who lost big
Tuesday on the NewsHour, Election Day 2020 has arrived, with Americans heading to the polls during a pandemic to choose
Monday on the NewsHour, the hours before Election Day are ticking away, but the Trump and Biden campaigns continue to
Among all Senate candidates running in 2020, Sen. Lindsey Graham received the largest percentage of money from donors lacking full
Much like the unpredictability of 2020, unexpected donation spikes occurred this election cycle.
On this edition for Sunday, November 1, the Biden and Trump campaigns make their final push before election day, COVID-19
Across party lines, Florida has seen a surge in the number of women contributing to candidates this election cycle.
On this edition for Saturday, October 31, PBS NewsHour Weekend is in North Carolina reporting on the issues the battleground
“Dark money” groups have poured more than $750 million into 2020 elections through ad spending and record-breaking contributions.
Friday on the NewsHour, President Trump and Joe Biden converge on Wisconsin, a state setting records for COVID-19 infections and
With Election Day nearly here, small-dollar donations continue to flow in record numbers on both sides of the aisle. The
Super PACs have spent tens of millions in the 2020 cycle influencing key races but not disclosing their sources of
Thursday on the NewsHour, President Trump and Joe Biden make campaign stops in the critical battleground state of Florida. Plus: