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Center for Competitive Politics Files FEC Complaint: Mayday PAC Violated Campaign Finance Laws

The Center for Competitive Politics (CCP) today filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission against Mayday PAC, the self-proclaimed “SuperPAC to end all SuperPACs,” founded by Harvard Law Professor Lawrence Lessig. The complaint documents that at least twelve Mayday PAC television ads, radio ads, and mailings failed to comply… Read More

Mayday PAC Candidate Jim Rubens Loses Primary to Scott Brown

Mayday PAC, the crowdfunded Super PAC created by Lawrence Lessig, lost a battle for the New Hampshire primary yesterday following significant spending that Mayday staff described as tight race just a few days prior.  The former Senator from Massachusetts Scott Brown, who became a New… Read More

Mayday PAC Aids Rubens Senate Campaign, Polls Show Candidate Closing Gap

Mayday PAC has paid for and released a television and radio ad with former New Hampshire Senator Gordon Humphrey, a 2 term US Senate Republican, endorsing the Maday selected candidate Jim Rubens.  The final weeks of the New Hampshire Senate campaign show a rapid improvement… Read More

Bi-Partisan Group Pushes JOBS Act

Washington, D.C. – December 11, 2012 – Senators Jeff Merkley (D-OR) and Michael Bennet (D-CO) urged Chairman Mary Schapiro of the Securities Exchange Commission to request that rules governing crowdfunding activities be issued quickly. Merkley and Bennet were lead sponsors on the CROWDFUND Act, which was… Read More

Candidates offer different visions for fixing the jobs problem

For more than a year, the Massachusetts Senate candidates have fought over their backgrounds, their stances on abortion, and tax policy. But throughout, both have insisted that unemployment and a state jobless rate that now sits at 6.5 percent, are their top priorities. Elizabeth Warren… Read More

OPINION: Scott Brown for U.S. Senate

As with many of our federal races, we have been pleased to find that qualified and sincere candidates from multiple parties have chosen to run for elective office. Voters may have difficult choices to make at the polls. The race for U.S. Senate is one… Read More

Brown cites legislative successes

Republican Scott P. Brown rocketed to national political fame 33 months ago winning a seat in the U.S. Senate on promises that he would stop Obamacare, curb federal stimulus spending, cut business taxes and urgently seek bipartisan solutions to the economic crisis gripping the country…. Read More

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