Donors Tire Of Fundraising Dragnet

FEC says Gmail isn't biased


Donald Trump prepares for his return to Facebook and"Trump’s campaign didn’t threaten a lawsuit, as some sources close to Trump thought he would. It instead talked about the importance of free speech and petitioned Meta for a 'meeting to discuss President Trump’s prompt reinstatement to the platform.'"

What Trump’s new website says about his"Last week, Donald Trump’s 2024 presidential campaign launched its official website with little fanfare. While most casual political observers missed the launch or just kept scrolling, the site does reveal some important features and focuses of the former President’s campaign."


Google Didn’t Show Bias in Filtering Campaign-Ad Pitches, FEC"But the FEC disagreed, finding that Google established that it maintains its spam-filter settings to aid its business in keeping out malware, phishing attacks and scams, and not for the purpose of benefiting any political candidates."


Report: Fundraising Ad Targeting an Issue as Facebook Remains Top Platform to Reach"That evolution of digital fundraising could look like the creator economy, with campaigns building an audience and then asking for contributions periodically similarly to how many YouTubers solicit support through platforms like Patreon."

Billions at stake as online fundraising practices turn off"That advice reflects a recognition among digital campaign staffers that text and email programs have gone from innovative to out of hand, to the point that it’s harming the campaign ecosystem. The rate of return on individual appeals is falling compared to a few years ago, as candidates and outside groups find themselves targeting the same pool of donors. And congressional campaigns spent more on fundraising as a share of their total spending in 2022 than in the previous election cycle, according to a POLITICO analysis of FEC records."

Urgent Deadline: Chip In For 4X Match – What Voters, Activists, and Donors Really Think About Campaign"Indeed nearly half of donors to Republican (48%) or Democratic (47%) campaigns reported receiving solicitations from the opposite party."