Concerned Veterans for America has spent millions in support of Republicans in close races that will be decided on Tuesday.
Wisconsin AG Brad Schimel and Gov. Scott Walker had state weigh in on a California legal battle to hide donors to group tied to their biggest political patrons.
The U.S. Supreme Court decision to support North Dakota's voter ID laws eliminating the use of postal addresses on identification cards was only a nail in the voting coffin.
Controversial union-busting operation sends letter praising U.S. Senate candidate Leah Vukmir's stand against "forced unionism," but reports no spending in the race.
The Center for Media and Democracy finds that almost 700,000 Wisconsin voters have been removed from the voter rolls since the end of December 2016.
The Kochs are struggling to take leads with their targeted candidates in U.S. Senate, U.S. House, and gubernatorial races, despite spending tens of millions of dollars in independent expenditures through their affiliated groups, as well as Super-Pacs for which they are major contributors but solicit money from other donors.
Big bucks are being spent by the soda industry on ballot measures to ban local soda tax campaigns in Oregon and Washington state.
Koch astroturf group’s ads are fake news.
Here's a reprint of a story we ran on North Carolina's shocking climate denial legislation back in 2012. Our hearts go out to all who are suffering from Florence's impact. As we watch the ocean water rush into city streets, in some places as much as two miles, it's worth reminding readers that North Carolina had a chance to reduce shore -- and inland -- damage for years to come. Instead it stuck its head in what little will be left of the sand.
Tar Heel Lawmakers Put Global Warming on Hold! (or, a Rising Tide Lifts No Votes)
By Jonathan Rosenblum
The Koch brothers' ground operation, Americans for Prosperity (AFP), recently announced that it is endorsing Rep. Will Hurd, a Republican incumbent from Texas who voted against Speaker Paul Ryan's health care replacement bill that would have repealed the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare.