Wednesday was reporting day for the presidential campaigns. The candidates and the superPACs supporting them turned over details about how they raised their money last month. But don't expect much information about some of the biggest players in the race — social welfare organizations don't have to report where they get their money.
The presumptive GOP presidential nominee and the president are taking their stump speeches to a prominent group of elected Latino officials. Both candidates see garnering Latino votes as critical to winning.
There's little evidence that the flap over Fast and Furious will make a difference to most voters come November. But there are a number of conservative gun owners in battleground states like Ohio who could be energized to oppose President Obama.
In response to President Obama's decision to halt deportation of some young illegal immigrants, Republicans have been quiet about his policy, choosing instead to complain about an abuse of power. They seem to be letting presidential candidate Mitt Romney take the lead on a key issue for Latinos.
The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee voted to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress. He is accused of not turning over certain documents related to the flawed gun-trafficking operation known as Fast and Furious. The White House has invoked executive privilege.
Dozens of Spanish-language radio and TV stations in Arizona have banded together to air a show about the Supreme Court's upcoming decision on the state's controversial immigration law. The half-hour program will air simultaneously Wednesday night.
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