PACs

FEC Looks Into PAC That Backed Cochran

Chuck Ross, Daily Caller

The Fed. Election Commission is looking into whether Barbour's Mississippi Conservatives PAC violated campaign finance law in its bid to help re-elect U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran.

PAC Working With Dem. to Get Out Black Vote for Cochran

Joe Schaeffer, NewsMax

Trailing in the polls and facing increasing concerns about their aged candidate's mental fitness, supporters of Sen. Thad Cochran have taken desperate measures to stave off tea party challenger Chris McDaniel: getting a Dem. political operative to canvass, and, several critics allege, buy black votes on his behalf.

SCOTUS Ruling Could Cost Dems the Senate

Joe Saunders, Biz Pac Review

The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling Weds. striking down some limits on individual campaign spending won’t just affect a small group of wealthy donors. It could also help Repub. efforts to take the Senate. That means it will affect everybody – no matter how much money you have.

Rep. Tom Price Hits IRS Regulation of Political Speech, But What's Next?

Tom Price and other advocates of free speech in the House Republican Conference have the policy on the IRS right, but to make it stick there must be Republican leaders who have the backbone to face down the Senate Democrats and President Obama.

Young Libertarians Aim to Be Players in Elections

Lauren Fox, US News & World Report

Get ready to meet the next generation of conservative political action committees. Young Americans for Liberty and their Liberty Action Fund PAC looks to harness Ron Paul momentum to back midterm candidates.