Donor profile: Peter Thiel

By Alexandra Duszak

Quick stats on the biggest financial backers of Election 2012.

Excerpts from this story referencing "Bloomberg":

"… d-2008 to less than $1 billion in mid-2011 — a loss of about 90 percent, Bloomberg reported. But Thiel is one to take the long view. At a speech he gave in …"

Super PACs out-raise candidates, thanks to super donors

By John Dunbar

Super donors mean super PACs raise more money than the candidates

PayPal co-founder gives $1.7 million to pro-Ron Paul super PAC in January

By John Dunbar

A super PAC supporting Ron Paul receives big boost from PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel

Excerpts from this story referencing "Peter Thiel":

"… tion, but he's first in the heart of PayPal founder and hedge fund manager Peter Thiel.With a $1.7 million donation in January added to the $900,000 he's already …"

PAC profile: Endorse Liberty

By Alexandra Duszak

Quick stats on the super PAC, supporting Paul

Excerpts from this story referencing "Huntsman":

"… en, who, like Niederhauser and Harmon, is a Utah resident, has ties to the Huntsman Corp., which was founded by Jon M. Huntsman, Sr., father of Jon Huntsman J …"

"… Utah resident, has ties to the Huntsman Corp., which was founded by Jon M. Huntsman, Sr., father of Jon Huntsman Jr. The younger Huntsman dropped out of the G …"

"… e Huntsman Corp., which was founded by Jon M. Huntsman, Sr., father of Jon Huntsman Jr. The younger Huntsman dropped out of the GOP presidential race after a …"

"… as founded by Jon M. Huntsman, Sr., father of Jon Huntsman Jr. The younger Huntsman dropped out of the GOP presidential race after a disappointing third-place …"

PAC profile: Revolution

By Paul Abowd

Quick stats on the super PAC, supporting Paul

Presidential super PAC spending hits $30 million

By John Dunbar

Outside spending groups rain money on South Carolina

‘Super PACs’ spend $13 million on early primaries, Romney top beneficiary

By John Dunbar

Impact of 'super PACs' felt in Iowa as undisclosed funds fuel advertising blitz

Black candidates see little of the millions their parties raise

By Robert Moore

WASHINGTON, September 15, 2000 — The Second Congressional District cuts a swath about 275 miles long and 180 miles wide through the deepest,

Excerpts from this story referencing "House":

"… the country leads to stark findings:Blacks in Congress and challengers for House seats have raised a combined total of slightly more than $11.7 million as …"

"… to spend at least a combined $200 million in the money race for the White House. When contributions from the political parties, political action committee …"

"… itical issue of modern day politics. Some experts predict that the average House race in this election will cost $5 million, effectively driving many black …"

"… ratic Congressional Campaign Committee, the party’s fund-raising arm for House and Senate races.Added Marit Babin, spokeswoman for the National Republica …"