Democrats and the Clinton campaign wanted to run against Trump but ignored warning signs that Election Day could be a disaster.
Shadowproof’s staff collaborated on this collection of the worst punditry written during the 2016 election.
Memos attached to Clinton campaign emails published by WikiLeaks reveal how the campaign worked around campaign finance regulations.
Clinton’s press secretary tweeted a photo of her reacting to the Cubs, as they beat the Dodgers to make it to the World Series for the first time in 71 years.
In the first months of the Democratic presidential primary, one of Hillary Clinton’s advisers conducted focus groups and polling of swing voters to examine “voter distrust” of the political system. The results showed Clinton would benefit greatly if she aggressively pushed policies embraced by Bernie Sanders in his agenda against
In email published by WikiLeaks, the Clinton campaign plans how to stir up more discontent over Sanders’ remarks on Planned Parenthood.
Documents obtained by Shadowproof show secret corporate money has fueled presidential debates since they became a quadrennial affair decades ago.
A collection of revelations from the “Podesta Emails” released by WikiLeaks, organized by issue with links to news articles or particular emails.
Emails from Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, which were published by WikiLeaks, reveal details on how the campaign decided whether to allow “foreign registered agents” to raise money for them. One email even lists the names of 23 individuals out of more than 350 prospective bundlers considered by the campaign. On
Clinton’s campaign wanted all the political advantages of supporting SEIU’s fight for a $15 minimum wage but didn’t want to support a $15 minimum wage.