'Dark Money' Hits $172 Million In 2012 Election, Half Of Independent Group Spending

In May, the conservative nonprofit group Crossroads GPS, founded by famed political strategist Karl Rove and other leading Republican operatives, ran a television ad showcasing a fictional mother who had supported Barack Obama in 2008. Full Story »

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Despite the fact that the ad’s central message was the failure of the president, it wasn’t considered a campaign ad under election laws. Although the group ... More »

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