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  • Keystone Foes Try Flattery to Sway Kerry Against Pipeline

    Environmentalists are praising Secretary of State John Kerry in hopes of burying, figuratively speaking, the Keystone XL pipeline.

  • Rove Tops President Obama as Drawing Card in Democrat Burton’s Fundraising

    One name is often missing from Bill Burton’s pitch for money to help Democrats keep the presidency in 2012: Barack Obama.

  • Burton Says Pro-Obama PAC Raised $6 Million in June (Transcript)

    Former White House spokesman Bill Burton, co-founder of the Priorities USA Action super-political action committee that is devoted to helping re-elect President Barack Obama, said in an interview with Bloomberg Television’s “Political Capital with Al Hunt,” airing this weekend, that the group raised more than $6 million in June, its best month yet.

  • Pro-Obama Super-Pac Raised $6 Million in June for Attacks

    A super-political action committee devoted to helping re-elect President Barack Obama raised more than $6 million in June, its best month yet, said Bill Burton, Priorities USA Action co-founder and former White House spokesman.

  • Rove, Burton Groups Subject of IRS Complaint

    Advocates of stronger campaign finance laws today challenged the tax-exempt status of political groups that Republican Karl Rove and Democrat Bill Burton helped set up, a move that could force them to disclose their donors.

  • Secret Donors Multiply in U.S. Election Spending

    In the weeks before last November’s election, television viewers in South Carolina were treated to an animated caricature of Representative John Spratt high- kicking in a chorus line with President Barack Obama and then- House Speaker Nancy Pelosi .

  • Ex-Obama Aide Duels Ex-Kerry Staffers Over Keystone

    Supporters and opponents of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline have recruited former aides to Secretary of State John Kerry and President Barack Obama in dueling efforts to influence the White House.

  • Super PACs Line Their Coffers for 2012 Battle: Albert R. Hunt

    Mike Toomey, Bill Burton and Edward Conard: Each of these men is a close ally of one of the would-be next presidents of the United States. All three insist they have no involvement in their close associates’ campaigns.

  • Ohio’s Auto-Driven Rebound Boosts Obama in Pivotal Race

    Chrysler Group LLC is hiring more than 1,100 new workers at its sprawling Toledo, Ohio, manufacturing complex. JPMorgan Chase & Co. is looking for hundreds of bankers in Columbus. And the Cleveland Clinic has been adding registered nurses at such a clip that it rented out the Cleveland Browns football stadium for a job fair.

  • Katzenberg Biggest Donor to Pro-Obama Political Group

    Jeffrey Katzenberg, chief executive officer of Dreamworks Animation, donated $2 million to a group founded by former White House aides who are working to help President Barack Obama win a second term.

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