Earlier, we posted about a release that the Rice campaign sent out touting how they had raised more money from small donors than any other campaign.
The campaign-finance gurus over at NYPIRG however have run their numbers and they say that Rice’s methodology is flawed. Campaigns do not have to itemize how much they Read More
NYPIRG’s Bill Mahoney shoots down the notion that Michael Bloomberg will fall short of spending $100 million this election cycle, and has data to back up his point.
Mahoney compiled this chart account for the fact that Bloomberg’s campaign spending has tended to pick up, a lot, in the final weeks of the Read More
Amid accusations that the Working Families Party is circumventing rules about campaign spending, a spokesman for the party acknowledged that they’ve missed two recent filing deadlines.
The two filings are the 32-day and 11-day pre-primary disclosures, required by the state Board of Elections. They should be listed here. The party, like many Read More
ALBANY—The other day I wrote about the late State Senator Ron Stafford's campaign account, and how nearly $60,000 of it has been spent since his death in 2005.
It turns out there are lots of pots of campaign money out there, just sitting, some being spent, controlled by elected officials who have left office Read More