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Top party bundlers underwhelmed with Hillary Clinton are considering backing the vice president.
The 43rd president is expanding his role in helping raise money for his younger brother’s White House bid.
The American Democracy Legal Fund points to a new deal between Data Trust, which has an exclusive list-exchange agreement with the Republican National Committee, and i360, a company that manages its own database for groups in the Koch network and other political clients.
In recent weeks, the vice president has been speaking with the party’s top players about 2016.
Priorities USA Action is working with Emily’s List to raise more than $20 million to reach women in battleground states.
Rick Perry’s campaign is low on money, so a trio of well-funded independent groups is stepping up.
A grand jury charged Jesse Benton with concealing payments to a former Iowa state senator for support.
Jesse Benton is accused of hiding payments to an ex-Iowa state senator in order to win his support.
The billionaire industrialist has forged a friendship with the head of the United Negro College Fund.