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Liberal billionaire George Soros is giving $1 million to a "super" political action committee backing President Barack Obama.
The facts and the controversy surrounding super PACs and why they matter in the 2012 presidential election.
Black political action committees hope to raise enough money to helps support candidates who share the same concerns.
Mitt Romney and the Republican National Committee combined to raise more than $100 million in June. It is second straight month they have outpaced President Obama and the Democrats.
The 1911 United super political action committee was created by Kappa Alpha Psi and Omega Psi Phi fraternities to engage Black voters in the political process and increase their turnout for President Obama in 2012.
The Obama re-election campaign has decided to accept super PAC money to level the playing field.
1911 United, a super PAC started by Black fraternities, takes its final bus trip to energize Black voters for Obama.
Where is the liberal outrage at the Obama administration's decision to authorize warrantless killing of a U.S. citizen on foreign soil?
These billionaires will say what they want and their pockets won't get any lighter.
President Obama raised $53 million in combined donations to his campaign and the Democratic National Committee in March. Mitt Romney’s campaign raised about $13 million.