The quiet transfer of a web domain used to rent out Trump’s email list suggests efforts to consolidate control of a potent political weapon.
The Purple America Coalition PAC’s Facebook ads boosting Perdue have targeted voters who respond to centrist appeal, but appear to be backed by operatives aligned with the GOP.
A visibly frustrated Gabriel Sterling debunked conspiracy theories floated by Trump since Election Day, one by one, urging Georgians to get out and vote.
Fight Back Now America is asking for money in the former Trump campaign manager’s name. What it’s doing with that cash is a mystery.
The runoff is a gold mine for politicians. And now that they can run Facebook ads in Georgia, they’re rushing for it.
An email revealed how a campaign vendor was using a dark money group to move cash around for a candidate he supported.