Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, has filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission against Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, the Republican National Committee and several political operatives, alleging they violated campaign finance laws after “improperly spending” nearly $150,000 on a high-end fashion shopping spree.
Election 2008: The Fashion Trail
As their husbands paced the stage at Nashville’s Belmont University Tuesday evening, Cindy McCain and Michelle Obama took the opportunity to show their true — or rather, patriotic — colors.Ladies in Waiting
The presidential campaign carries on, and the candidates’ wives continue to make their fashion preferences known.The Palin Doctrine
Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin strayed little from the every businesswoman attire she’s adopted since the convention.Style on the Stump
A presidential election isn't exactly the forum for flashy or experimental fashion, but this time around, the sartorial choices of the prospective first ladies — and vice president — have grabbed the public’s attention.The Politics of Style
With the race for the White House in full swing, WWD wanted to see how Michelle Obama and Cindy McCain stack up against first ladies of the past.Sarah Palin's Style
There’s still a woman in the presidential race — and her style is more Patagonia than Prada.Cindy's Choice
Apparently, Cindy McCain is taking a page from First Lady Laura Bush. Obama's A-Dress
Michelle Obama gave another nod to New York fashion on Thursday night as Sen. Barack Obama accepted his nomination in Denver. Michelle Obama's Wardrobe
Michelle Obama is remaining loyal to her favorite hometown designer, Maria Pinto, for her prime-time speech at the Democratic National Convention tonight.