hillary clinton

Lynch to Accept Recommendations for Clinton Email Probe
 

One day after a private meeting with Bill Clinton, Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced she would accept the recommendations made by prosecutors and the FBI regarding Hillary Clinton's personal email server.

Online Advertising Helps Hillary Clinton Super PAC Raise $5.7 Million

A Super PAC encouraging a presidential run by Hillary Clinton  has spent over $1.5 million for online advertising during the last 15 months and raised over $5.7 million.  

Ready For Hillary , a Super PAC, reported  receipts of $1,705,580 and disbursements of $1,597,306 during the first quarter of 2014, leaving $857,243 cash on hand as of March 31st. During the quarter, the committee spent $375,147 on online advertising; $227,796 on direct mail production, and $209,127 on payroll.  

Gillibrand's Campaign and Others Pay Civil Penalties to FEC

The Federal Election Commission has announced  civil penalties for campaign finance violations by the committees of a current U.S. Senator, a former presidential candidate, and a New York corporation.  

The campaign committee of Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand , D-N.Y., and its treasurer, have agreed to pay a $8,000 civil penalty for failing to disclose accurately $12,124 in receipts and $229,479 in disbursements in ten disclosure reports filed during the 2010 and 2012 election cycles. MUR 6757 .  

D.C. Businessman Pleads Guilty to Providing $3.3 Million to Campaigns

A Washington, D.C. businessman pleaded guilty to conspiring to violate federal and D.C. campaign finance laws.  

Jeffrey E. Thompson  pleaded guilty to channeling more than $3.3 million in illegal campaign contributions to 28 political candidates, including people running for president and D.C. Mayor. The D.C. campaigns involved $2.29 million.