Candidates have plenty of latitude to work with big-money allies — and they’re pushing the limits in 2016.
Tax disclosures provide first detailed look at the consulting business built by the former Florida governor.
One of her Democratic challengers, Bernie Sanders, also discloses strong fundraising from small-dollar donors.
Priorities USA Action, the Democratic super PAC poised to serve as Clinton’s top advertising ally, pulled in $15.6 million, including $2 million from Haim Saban.
The former Florida governor, who released more than three decades of tax returns, increased his personal wealth considerably since leaving office.
The Wisconsin governor is off to a strong start but faces real challenges broadening his appeal.
Seventeen White House hopefuls have ties to super PACs or other groups that can raise unlimited donations from individuals and corporations.
All contributions made to the committee now would go to his eventual campaign.
Those close to the mogul say he will release his financial statement to show he is serious about running.